Adult could read it for some insight, especially if you're a parent or teacher and there are special chapters for both at the end of the book. My teenage years are not full of sunshine, most of the time were full of questions. There's no end of 'why'. My college years are me battling myself.
Since moving back to her family home in Bronxville, New York, earlier this year, Cain said, she feels a new sense of energy. With the move from Portland, Oregon, Cain, 19, has gone back to the basics, focusing on why she fell in love with running in the first place. Cain still wears the black-skulled Nike Oregon Project uniform with pride. Some people had wondered if Cain and coach Alberto Salazar were growing apart after a tough track season, culminating with her move back to Bronxville.
She writes about the changing nature of the retail business, the labor issues affecting retail employees, and the trends that consumers should know about. Occasionally, she'll delve into weird history and true crime. Follow her on Twitter or LinkedIn. Amazon warehouse employees speak out about the 'brutal' reality of working during the holidays, when hour weeks are mandatory and ambulance calls are common.
The comic featured billboards in the background in which Cain inserted tweets which were critical of her. This is a very mature thing to do, especially when your book has been accused of being trans-exclusionary in the past. It erases us all. She mouths the words to the question, and then immediately contradicts herself. Maybe it was unintentional, poorly worded, whatever, but this quote gave me a lot of pause.