Rebecca Rush

Rebecca Rush is a writer and comedian from Westbrook, CT. She hosts Vulnerability: A Comedy Show at The Hollywood Improv and the Brutal Vulnerability Podcast and is a regular contributor to Workit Health. She’s been featured on Viceland and Funny or Die. Her words have appeared in numerous outlets, including Input Mag, The Miami New Times, Fodor’s Travel, and Huffington Post. Her personal essay “I’ve Been Swindled” is pending publication in a red flags themed anthology from Running Wild Press. She holds a B.A. in English Literature with a Concentration in Creative Writing from the University of Connecticut. She lives in Los Angeles, where she is currently shopping a collection of essays.
Woman with a pride flag. Call me bisexual

Call Me Bisexual

Content warning: This piece includes non-graphic references to sexual assault and emotional abuse, as experienced and witnessed by the author. There are many labels I

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Five young men jumping in an arc. Five friends you make in recovery

The Five Friends You Make In Sobriety

When Rebecca Rush was drinking and using,  she only had one type of friend – the kind that would put up with me. Now she has so many. She identified five archetypes of friendships that we all make – or solidify – once we are truly on the path to recovery.

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