Friday link round up 6/19

As some who loves to read who loves another reader, I’m biased.  Scientists argue that readers are the best people to fall in love with.

How to Be a Friend to Yourself:  Glennon Doyle Melton talks about mental health and the importance of getting help when needed – whether you are feeling up or down when you are at the doctor’s office.

After Wednesday night’s shooting at a Black church in Charleston, Conor Friedersdorf reflects on the larger history of shootings and domestic terrorism at churches in African-American communities. 

Arthur Chu’s article on Salon begins with, “I get really really tired of hearing the phrase ‘mental illness’ thrown around as a way to avoid saying other terms like ‘toxic masculinity,’ ‘white supremacy,’ ‘misogyny’ or ‘racism.'”

Why the program for International Yoga Day in India will not include sun salutations.

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