Street cred

If you search “Christina Bryza” online, this is pretty much what you’ll find:

I had the honor of creating the Reading Group Guide for Love Warrior by Glennon Doyle, which was an Oprah’s Book Club pick and a #1 New York Times bestseller.

On How to Be a Grown-Up you can hear me talk about my favorite topics: creativity, vulnerability, dating, respect, rejection, breathing, etc.

Did you know that “Getting Rejected Will Turn You Into a Better Dater?” I explain why on The Date Report.

In this longform interview conducted by Jen Doll for The Hairpin, I share about the origins of #AYMBF and why (spoiler alert) we’re all okay, regardless of romantic status.

For The Huffington Post, I wrote about “The Upside to Getting Shot Down,” aka, my tried-and-true tactics for dealing with rejection.

The New York Times called Are You My Boyfriend? “a satire of grown-up life in the dating trenches.”

When I was twenty-two I wrote something for Sirens Magazine (now Sexy Feminist) that Alternet later republished. The backlash was so intense they closed the comments section—and I took a long break from real talk about my love life.

While I was wading my way back into the waters of nonfictional self-expression, I documented my journey to become a yoga teacher (and more) on This Is Where the Healing Begins.

Back when I worked in magazines I wrote short articles like this one about “The Joy of Shopping” for Parenting.

And when I interned at Popular Science, I wrote blurbs about stuff like hair clubs for scientists and military motorcycles.

Aaaand that about covers the last decade +. If there’s anything else you want to know, say hi at Christina[at] or on Instagram (@christinaBEane)!