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'I Want to Die but I Want to Eat Tteokbokki' – A Millennial's Guide to Mental Wellness

by juseong kim 06 May 2024

In a world that’s constantly telling us to 'keep it together,' Baek Sehee’s I Want to Die but I Want to Eat Tteokbokki speaks to the soul of the millennial generation. This isn't just a book; it's a raw, no-filter conversation that takes you on a ride through the highs and lows of mental wellness.


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Let's Get Real with Mental Health

In the era of viral hashtags and fleeting Instagram stories, Sehee brings us a gripping reflection that feels like scrolling through the deepest, most honest parts of a friend’s social feed – the parts they’d only show to their inner circle. This book is a heart-to-heart for those who’ve ever found themselves laughing through a meme about anxiety, then pausing to wonder why it struck a chord.


Therapy Uncensored

Baek’s dialogue with her psychiatrist is not your everyday mental health chit-chat. It’s stripped of fluff, giving us the unvarnished truth of therapy – the discomfort, the breakthroughs, and those "Aha!" moments that often come when you least expect them. It’s candid, it’s intimate, and yes, it’s a bit uncomfortable – but isn't that where growth starts?


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Life’s Spicy Moments

For those who understand that a craving for tteokbokki can hit as hard as an existential crisis, Sehee gets you. Her memoir intertwines the bittersweetness of life with the savory kick of our favorite comfort foods, reminding us that it’s the simple things that often pull us through our complex emotions.


Why You Should Flip the Pages

If you've found yourself grappling with anxious thoughts or feeling out of step with the world, this book reaches out to you. It says, 'I understand what you're going through, and it's perfectly normal to be in the process of figuring things out.

So, bookmark this page, pour yourself some tea, or better yet, grab your favorite cozy drink, and settle in with Baek Sehee's words. Let's navigate this messy thing called adulthood together, one page at a time.

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