How I tried to make my brain fall out of love
In 2016, while trying to get over a decade-long on-and-off relationship, Dessa, a writer and musician from Minneapolis, decided to try something drastic. Read more about Dessa's experiment in her first collection of essays, "My Own Devices: True Stories From the Road on Music, Science and Senseless Love," which published on Sept. 18.
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