Minerva's Breakdown

Advice for those on the verge

Minerva's Breakdown: Hart of the Matter

Minerva's Breakdown: Hart of the Matter

"I believe in freedom of speech and I believe that comedy should be dangerous sometimes. Comedy has power. Laughing at our problems and pain can help us to heal."

Clash of the Titans

Minerva's Breakdown: Fam Damnily

"If only families could be more like a wholesome sitcom."

Reindeer Games

"Don't you dare diminish your shine for anyone, much less a group of insecure, intimidated, childish women."

The 'Ex' In 'Text'

Sopho-Moronic Sibling

Minerva's Breakdown: Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow

"Sure, your cousin shares blood with you but your hairstylist has a beauty bond, which is often stronger."

Minerva's Breakdown: Thanks, I Think

"I would share your frustration in not being able to tell who a gift was from."

Minerva's Breakdown: Hankering

"You find yourself in a new place, trying to navigate a new world with very little but your own wiles to see you through."

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