Anxiety, guilt, and a debilitating fear of going to hell don’t feel like they’d make for a great vacation read, but Sin Bravely, Maggie Rowe’s hilarious—and ultimately heartwarming—story of her time spent in an Evangelical Christian rehab, is. The former Arrested Development writer entered said rehab to try and work through her unrelenting fear of the fiery pits of Hades. Rowe’s anxiety is mostly stoked (ha!) by her intelligence, and the existential questions are relatable to anyone whose logic has thrown a wrench into blind faith. The scene where Rowe enters an amateur stripping contest in order to sin bravely (a particularly funny version of exposure therapy) is laugh-out-loud funny.
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