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Caroline Chirichella

Freelance Writer

Expertise

Mental Health, Digestive Health, Pregnancy

Highlights

I love to write about issues that are very personal and borderline, embarrassing. When people read my work, I want to feel that they can relate to my words and know that they are not alone.

— Caroline Chirichella

Experience

Caroline Chirichella has been working as a writer since 2018. In just a few years, her work has been featured in The New York Times, The Lily By The Washington Post, Elle, Health, The San Francisco Chronicle, Romper, Metro, The EveryGirl, and other noted publications. She has also contributed on numerous occasions to Shape, Parents, Newsday, The Daily News, and CafeMom. For CafeMom, she profiles the daily lives of mothers who deal with mental illness or a neurodevelopmental disorder, raising awareness and reducing the stigma of mothers who deal with these issues.

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