Katherine Schreiber, co-author of The Truth About Exercise Addiction, is a writer and editor based in New York City. Her work has been published by Psychology Today, Cosmopolitan, TIME, Greatist.com, and PsychCentral.com.

In 2015, she received her Masters of Fine Arts in Creative Nonfiction from Sarah Lawrence College and is currently working on her second book about female sexuality and double lives.

In addition to writing, Katherine also teaches yoga and dabbles in standup comedy, improv, and acting.

What Does Happiness Have to Do With Smoking?

Cigarettes can cause a change in mood, but do they really make people happy?

Are smokers more or less happy than their non-smoking peers? Does being happy influence people’s likelihood of smoking? A wealth of research investigating the relationship between reported levels of happiness and smoking habits has unearthed some interesting findings. Turns out folks who smoke tend to be less happy than their smoke-free counterparts. But whether it’s […]

How Body Image Affects Our Sex Drive

Our body image has a strong influence on how we behave towards ourselves as well as towards others. A major area where body image comes into play is our sex lives. As you might imagine, feeling horrid in and about one’s own skin doesn’t make intimate encounters all that enjoyable – especially for women. Several studies […]