Buffering: Unshared Tales of a Life Fully Loaded

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    IGNOU M.Com Study Material, IGNOU Books, Free Download events of my life that deserve a little consideration than can be accomplished incharacters or aminute vlog Now on the cusp of turning , I m ready to expose some parts of my life that I haven t shared before Before, Unshared Tales of ePUB ¹ it was all about privacy, process and time And now the time has come I m ready to put myself out there, for you I m a little nervous about all these vulnerable words going into the world, these tales about my love life, the wrestling I ve done with faith, how I feel about sex and my family and myself I ve had a lot of trials, a lot of errors, but also a lot of passion Here s the thing I ve always found comfort in the stories shared by others, so I hope my stories, now that I feel ready to tell them, will bring you some comfort tooAnd when you read this book please remember Buffering is just the time it takes to processEnjoy Love,Hannah."/>
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  • Buffering: Unshared Tales of a Life Fully Loaded
  • Hannah Hart
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  • 10 April 2017
  • 0062457535

About the Author: Hannah Hart

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  1. Hailey (Hailey in Bookland) says:

    Spoiler free review book was so interesting I admittedly don t watch Hannah s videos all that often I go in spurts really But, I found her voice came through so strongly in this book and the story she told was so fascinating I ll gointo depth in my video review Sent an ARC for review by the publisher Spoiler free review book was so interesting I admittedly don t watch Hannah s videos all that often I go in spurts really But, I found her voice came through so strongly in this book and the story she told was so fascinating I ll gointo depth in my video review Sent an ARC for review by the publisher

  2. Ryan Clark says:

    When I found out that Hannah was writing a memoir, and that it was full of things she d never talked about before, I expected saucy tales of her lesbian sexcapades or wild drunken nights or her favorite or least favorite MDK guests, that sort of thing What I did not expect was a heartwrenching tale of poverty and suffering and survival perpetrated by her mother s mental illness and the abandonment of family members who simply couldn t deal with it all I did not expect stories of adversity and When I found out that Hannah was writing a memoir, and that it was full of things she d never talked about before, I expected saucy tales of her lesbian sexcapades or wild drunken nights or her favorite or least favorite MDK guests, that sort of thing What I did not expect was a heartwrenching tale of poverty and suffering and survival perpetrated by her mother s mental illness and the abandonment of family members who simply couldn t deal with it all I did not expect stories of adversity and pain, self harm and self hatred, homophobia and ultimately, acceptance and love This is not a book of puns well, not entirely and raucous tales okay, there are some This is a book of strength and love and self worth Hannah Hart has fought, and is still fighting in many ways, incredibly hard for everything she has When I found out Hannah was writing a memoir, I did not expect to be so completely humbled and inspired But there you have it

  3. Nat says:

    Buffering is a collection of narrative essays that tell Hannah Hart s stories of pain and joy and discovery I knew going into this that I was probably going to get to know her really well, and damn am I happy that I was rightSelfishly, I wanted to write this to feel less alone Selflessly, I hope it helps you feel less alone too The ways Hart opened up in this book made me feel so deeply connected that I was kind of scared Her essays featured a plethora of heavy subjects such as schizophr Buffering is a collection of narrative essays that tell Hannah Hart s stories of pain and joy and discovery I knew going into this that I was probably going to get to know her really well, and damn am I happy that I was rightSelfishly, I wanted to write this to feel less alone Selflessly, I hope it helps you feel less alone too The ways Hart opened up in this book made me feel so deeply connected that I was kind of scared Her essays featured a plethora of heavy subjects such as schizophrenia, sexuality, questions of faith, questions of fame, psychedelic visions in the desert, self harm, sex, spiders andAnd it both educated and felt oddly personal to me.The combination of all of the above left me with a lot on my mind, which is my favorite thing to end up with after finishing a memoir I seriously cannot stop thinking about everything that went downAre you writing out your feelings Of course She s nodding That s what I do when I can t talk to someone I love When I read what Hannah Hart had to go through as a kid, I just had no idea She s been through so much, and I cannot help but admire her reckless optimism It s truly awe inspiring.My favorite essays THAT SUMMER FEELING This essay described a time when Hart thought of running away from her home And it left me with chills all overAs I left the house, I turned back and waved good bye to the people inside That was a habit Whenever I left the house during the school year, I would pretend to say good bye to people who weren t there, just in case someone was watching and tracking my movements My mom told me that our neighborhood had prowlers who would hide behind fences and watch for empty houses I still can t believe a little kid had to have such a terrible thing in mind It kind of breaks my heart.But she didn t end up running away because something quite scarring happened instead My stomach is still in knots because I can t wrap my mind around the fact that people like this next one actually existDo you know how to get to Howard Street My heart was beating hard in my chest I was so scared of that man and his truck I felt the hairs stand up on my arms They were scared of him, too I shook my head no Are you sure I thought it was right around here I was lying Howard Street was only two blocks from where we were Maybe I was being paranoid I thought of my father He would be ashamed to see me lying to someone I shouldn t lie Lying is sinning Sinning is wrong God hates sinners, and I don t want God to hate me I spoke and pointed It s that way Which way I pointed harder That way Listen He leaned across his seat and opened his car door It s close, right Wanna just get in and show me That would be a big help I can t stop thinking of how startled she must ve feltThe day I tried to run away was scary, but I did take something positive away from it After that day I started to walk around the neighborhoodoften It was a great way to pass the time, and I had learned I could trust myself to stay safe and avoid danger And now, in my adult life, I make it a practice to walk for at least thirty minutes every day It helps get me out of the house and out of my head. I also have a visual reminder a print of Little Red Riding Hood walking through the woods with the wolf.For me, dealing with depression isn t about trying to run away from the feeling it s about learning to walk alongside it KEEPSAKEMy mother always told us that there are no bad guys in this story That things arecomplicated than one person who was wrong or one person who was selfish Hart had shared about her little half sister, Maggie, in the previous essays and I was feeling really invested in her life I mean, what Maggie went through kind of shattered me she was just a little kid when she was taken from their house because it wasn t safeAfter Maggie was removed from our house, the courts said she could go and live with David, her father and my stepdad, as long as he didn t live with my mother.For some reason, David didn t fight for Maggie He decided to stay with my mother Maybe he thought Maggie would be better off as far away from both of them as possible Maybe he didn t want to abandon my mother because he knew she d end up homeless if he did Maybe he wasn t done trying to get through to her Sometimes it s just easier to decide that someone is the bad guy But the truth is never that simple Hindsight is 20 20 Everyone has a clear view from the rearview mirror That last sentence SHADOWBOXER This essay was about Hart realizing and coming to terms with her sexualityThe path to accepting your sexuality has to start somewhere For those who identify as heterosexual, the childhood bliss of an early crush is typically encouraged and praised Milestones such as your first date and the prom are celebrated by parents and friends.But when you re anything other than straight, it scomplicated your growth gets shrouded and stunted That s why a lot of queer people, when they fall in love and get into a relationship for the first time, revert to a kind of prepubescent puppy love spontaneous, impulsive, obsessive, and ecstatic I ve heard many people express annoyance at friends who just came out and it s totally cool and whatever, but do they have to talk about it all the time My answer to that is Yes Yes, they do Don t you remember puppy love Well, imagine if you had to hide it for twenty years So yeah, if they wanna gush about it, let them gush There s a first time for everything IMPORTANT TheI read, theI fell in love with her personality and voice BODY LANGUAGEI may not have had lunch money or good hygiene or nice clothes, but I began to realize that I had something else I was funny It didn t matter how I looked or how I dressed as long as I could make people laugh In sixth grade, a bully at school tried to get everyone to start calling me pit stain because of all the, well, yellow pit stains on my T shirts Once, when I was wearing one of my favorite shirts, he pointed out that he could see my titties through my shirt I replied blankly, What titties Oh These aren t titties, I m just fat The whole class laughed because I was very obviously, and unabashedly, chubby and flat chested With the laughter from my classmates on my side, I proceeded to point out that the only reason he could see them was because he was so short I know this may seem wrong, but I m literally cry laughing at how she got that bully.Also, her talking about her best friend was THE BESTWith thick, dark hair, pale skin, and strong these days people say fierce eyebrows over piercing green eyes, Rachel was the prettiest girl in whatever room we were in There was something powerful and passionate about her I wasn t gay at the time, but boy, was I supergay at the time I was so into her life HOCUS FOCUS A really important piece on anxiety and managing your timeDespite all of this, part of me genuinely believed I could do it all Because I usually thrived on pressure In college, I started all of my papers the night before they were due, and I never outlined My senior thesis which was a comparative analysis of memory and autobiography was written over the course of one panicked day I never wrote first drafts, everything left the printer as final I never learned structure or systems to do things differently because up until that point the pressure had worked for me.Until 2013 I love that I now know that you can write a senior thesis in a day not that that s the recommended way to do it but just in caseI tried exercise as a way of managing my anxiety walking had always helped me clear my head and was usually a good way to reset my system That helped, but I couldn t pick which direction I needed to be pointed in since all my obligations were equally urgent and equally important And since I was used to getting 100% done at once, these larger products1 that would require multiple drafts and edits and attempts, were my nightmare I didn t know how to do things 10 50% at a time So instead I stayed trapped at 0% checking one project off at a time.Hard to prioritize when everything feels like a priority She really gets me It was unbelievably re invigorating having her describe something I d been looking to put into words UN PACKING A PUNCH This was a really emotional read that talks about self harm and also about what happened the day Maggie was removed from their home And it was consequently my favorite pieceAs I approached the three steps back to the house, I stopped to pray I prayed that today would be different That somehow today, when the cops came, they would stay That Maggie s future would be different from mine That she wouldn t live in a house with holes in the walls That I wouldn t have to keep living with holes in the truth When I finished my prayer, I saw a police car pull up and a young officer get out By that point we recognized most of the officers who came to the house, but this guy looked new There was a sliding glass door between the house and the driveway, and I saw him in the moment I passed it I didn t tell anyone what I was doing I just opened it and walked outside and asked him to stop for a second and told him the truth.He listened and then called into his radio for social services andofficers He then moved past me and kept walking toward the front of the house I felt sad and sick I had broken the only rule we had I had betrayed my family My heart is slowly breakingSomeone told Maggie to come with them and I went to follow, but a social worker stopped me Maggie asked if I was coming with her The social worker stepped between us blocking her from my line of sight I remember that she was wearing a gray suit She seemed in control She turned to me and told me to tell Maggie that we would see each other again in a few days On Wednesday I asked her if it was true She said nothing But her expression showed I had no choice.I bent down and hugged Maggie and lied I can imagine this so vividly in my head and it s frighteningI didn t see Maggie again for three weeks In the foster system, they can t determine who from the biological family is good or bad, so the blanket rule is that there is to be no contact between the removed child and relatives Maggie and I broke the rule by meeting at a Starbucks with the help of her new foster mom She had radiator burns on her arm She told me that one of the other kids had pushed her and she had fallen into the radiator I comforted her as best I could trying not to let my own grief show We called them tiger marks, and I said she was like a fairy that lived in the jungle I m literally trying so hard to hold back tears right nowI can t describe what it was like to see my baby sister that day, knowing that she was injured and there was nothing I could do about it, that I would have to send her away again In many ways, I felt as if Maggie were my child, because I had raised her up until that point I can t think about those days without crying It s a loss that still feels present even though now I can call Maggie or see her anytime I want The guilt I feel over that moment though I know it s unfounded and there was nothing I could do still feels like a wound that hasn t fully healed That hurt is indescribable.But I m glad that we got to know that she got adopted by a loving familyMaggie was placed into the home of a family of a close friend and former boyfriend of mine The family was kind and open hearted and doing their best Eventually, they adopted her and she had her own family and her own journey to beginEPILOGUEOver the past ten years, I ve processed a lot I m still processing And there isto be done But I m very proud of the person I am today I m proud to be gay I m proud to be a reckless optimist I m proud to keep learning and sharing what I ve learned I m proud to be a work in process Somewhere in this book are all my shattered pieces of heart Hannah Hart is my hero right now She went through so much, and I m probably still a little shell shocked But she seriously deserves the world and so muchI needHart in my heart.PUN INTENDED.Also, I love how there were photographs scattered throughout P.S Her story time about that last tattoo was the best 5 5 starsNote I m anAffiliate If you re interested in buying Buffering, just click on the image below to go through my link I ll make a small commissionSupport creators you love Buy a Coffee for nat bookspoils with Ko fi.com bookspoils

  4. Cece (ProblemsOfaBookNerd) says:

    Honest, thoughtful, funny, and fantastically written This does not go light on some of thedifficult things that Hannah has dealt with in her life, and some of her experiences especially in regards to her mother were incredibly raw to read emotionally It was the Hannah that I have loved from her videos, and also another Hannah that I really wanted to knowabout I am so impressed by this book.

  5. Ashley DiNorcia says:

    So I ll be honest and say I had no intention of reading this until I found out it had to deal with her family and the way her mothers mental health issues shaped her childhood and consequently who she is now I like Hannah Hart, but I don t make it a habit to read most YouTuber books, because, well..you know why I m glad I picked this one up though It had a lot of depth and served it s intended purpose gave you aintimate look into who this person is and how they got here Unlike a So I ll be honest and say I had no intention of reading this until I found out it had to deal with her family and the way her mothers mental health issues shaped her childhood and consequently who she is now I like Hannah Hart, but I don t make it a habit to read most YouTuber books, because, well..you know why I m glad I picked this one up though It had a lot of depth and served it s intended purpose gave you aintimate look into who this person is and how they got here Unlike a lot of celebrity memoirs, this actually contained things that we didn t already know It wasn t just pages and pages of her pandering to her fan base Much respect to her for digging in deep on this one

  6. Igrowastreesgrow says:

    This book was very open I appreciate that A lot of what was said reminded me of my own childhood, of my own response to my upbringing I don t watch her youtube channel or anything like that So, I can t promote that in any way This book was full of emotion and heavy content I will probably read a fewtimes later down the road.Note I hate audio books and she did a really good job on the narration.

  7. mel says:

    okay this one is difficult i LOVE hannah hart with all of my heart o, so i believe i need to go a bit far afield, before diving into this if you don t want to deal with any feelings head to the section that has and in it and read the bold titles only.i think it was randy pausch who told a story about his football coach who was pretty tough on him and the coach s assistant said, that s a good thing when you re screwing up and nobody says anything to you any, that means they ve g okay this one is difficult i LOVE hannah hart with all of my heart o, so i believe i need to go a bit far afield, before diving into this if you don t want to deal with any feelings head to the section that has and in it and read the bold titles only.i think it was randy pausch who told a story about his football coach who was pretty tough on him and the coach s assistant said, that s a good thing when you re screwing up and nobody says anything to you any, that means they ve given up on you pausch said about this you may not want to hear it, but your critics are often the ones telling you they still love you and care about you, and want to make you better now of course of COURSE that is not always true not every critic cares about you but it is true for me i still think hannah hart is an amazing, kind, funny, and a puppy like person you can t help but fall in love with because that s just how wonderful she is.now, some of you will rewind a bit and say yeah, yeah, sweet talk all you want, but hey, that s a bit harsh, are you saying hannah hart screwed this book up why give it two stars if you like her so much again, bear with me hannah hart did not screw this one up at all her writing is, at times, excellent so here it goes style i say her writing is at times excellent so what does that mean well, some of her writing is simply advertisement it s like someone once said to her hey, advertisement is important and she went with it, and she even advertises her own book, inside her book like, it s okay, hannah, i am literally holding the book in my hands i have bought it i don t needadvertisement for it i got it it s all good we re good, fam i got the book apart from that, it s really a little confusing some of her writing, some chapters, are incredibly well written, and i wonder if the reason why not all of them are as excellent, is of a time related nature that if she hadn t written it so quickly, it would have been not only another youtuber biography, albeit contesting an incredibly important societal matter , but potentially a true piece of art, something that goes into history as a classic, you know it could have been both, and in those few chapters moments throughout her book that are so well written, so sincere, so real, she shows us she could absolutely have done it but some chapters are simply copy pasted diary entries, and it s not that they do not fit into the style, rather than what s around them since hart seems to gloss over these in her usual chipper way, the gap between the heaviness of some of these and her tone are estranging to put it mildly structure in general why hannah hart did not write three orbooks is beyond me one about her life as a famous youtuber, getting there, the business, a socialite who tried drugs although that chapter was rather out of place in my opinion, especially since what was the moral what was she trying to say i tried drugs, it was interesting, let me write about it i don t know she has many very young fans, and i felt like that chapter was handled a little oh well, drugs are okay for some, it s not for me personally, but let me tell you about how great this one time was except for a little bit at the end that was meh without mentioning how many accidents can happen with drugs, or literally any other real connection to the rest of the book it felt like a filler that wasn t following the common thread of her story at all and that has nothing to do with the style of writing itself , one about her romantic experiences and one about her childhood and the fight for her mentally ill mother who is trapped, like millions of others, in a system that is working against them maybe if she had structured the book into three parts plus a fun part where casual travel asshole btw i agree with and do most of the things in that chapter, great advice for flying comes in but the way it was structured, it felt inconsistent and like a ball of gnyah wlw has ooey gooey chapter about her first girlfriend which is absolutely heart warming and poetic and sweet as a queer person, it s therapy to read a sapphic woman s experience with love it is brave hannah hart must have gone through so much crazy shit and it is so impressive, inspiring even, to see where she is today her book sounds sometimes like it s only scratching on the surface of how painful and traumatic her childhood and fight against the system must have been for her the political idea behind there clearly is a problem with the system and how people handle mental illness nowadays, and not just in america it is important to have someone speak up about this BOTTOM LINE if you love hannah hart read the book, it ll give you insight if you re into fighting the system about mental health read the last few chapters but if you re expecting a literary master piece wait for her next book, maybe i really feel like she could get there it doesn t need muchmaybe just some editing ps i am so torn about writing this, because i love hannah hart so much, but i also feel like as a literature student i have a certain obligation to speak my most honest opinion about a literary piece, even if it s not all rosy pps i keep going back to this and giving it 3 stars and then changing my mind, so please see it as a 2.5, between it s ok and i liked it

  8. Amy says:

    I picked up this book at the library because I thought the title was Suffering, which sounds like something I d be into I later realized there was a sticker on the spine covering up a B and not an S This is an autobiographical book of a Youtuber named Hannah Hart, who I ve never heard of before reading her book Her content is basically her getting drunk and making stuff in her kitchen I watched an episode where she tried to make slime, and it wasn t too bad The book is kind of a mishm I picked up this book at the library because I thought the title was Suffering, which sounds like something I d be into I later realized there was a sticker on the spine covering up a B and not an S This is an autobiographical book of a Youtuber named Hannah Hart, who I ve never heard of before reading her book Her content is basically her getting drunk and making stuff in her kitchen I watched an episode where she tried to make slime, and it wasn t too bad The book is kind of a mishmash of life experiences She was neglected as a child due to her mother suffering from schizophrenia and this has had far reaching consequences through her adult life There was also quite a bit of focus on her sexuality she is gay and had a difficult time coming to terms with that She is very supportive and encouraging of others she wants everyone to be successful and happy like her and she is very honest about how advantaged she is in her life The most interesting aspect of this book for me was the discussion of what she has done to obtain and LPS conservatorship over her mother, which she accomplished in 2015 Her mother s illness put her and potentially put others at risk as well Hannah was able to obtain a conservatorship that will enable her to have her mother hospitalized for mental health stabilization and treatment without her mother s consent It is exceedingly difficult to obtain treatment for people who are very sick and impaired, but who do not want treatment I like that the author used part of her book to bring this issue to light

  9. Ashley says:

    I shoulda done the audio on this one I m so used to hearing Hannah s voice from her own mouth long time My Drunk Kitchen watcher, since episode 5 , I m sure it would have smoothed over the issues I had with the style this one is written in It felt simultaneously overwritten and underwritten at various points, like the voice wasn t completely comfortable with itself.But any issues with the writing aside, it s hard not to get sucked in to Hannah s story She tells it in a straightforward, unfli I shoulda done the audio on this one I m so used to hearing Hannah s voice from her own mouth long time My Drunk Kitchen watcher, since episode 5 , I m sure it would have smoothed over the issues I had with the style this one is written in It felt simultaneously overwritten and underwritten at various points, like the voice wasn t completely comfortable with itself.But any issues with the writing aside, it s hard not to get sucked in to Hannah s story She tells it in a straightforward, unflinching manner, and man, just from watching her videos, you have no idea how rough she had it growing up Her mother is schizophrenic, her father an emotionally distant Jehovah s Witness, and she grew up in conditions that left her and her older sister with PTSD The openness she shows in letting us in to these parts of her life her struggles to accept her sexuality, her mental health, learning to navigate her fame, among other things shows a tremendous amount of bravery on her part Or, if not bravery, then strength of will Certainly it shows that she practices what she preaches Hiding the bad stuff makes it worse Bringing it out into the light brings relief.One of my main complaints with a lot of celebrity memoirs is that there is often no reason the celebrity should actually be writing a memoir, other than to make money I mean, power to them, I guess, but that s not interesting to me This isn t one of those memoirs Hannah has lived enough life for three people twice her age, and she has actual important things to say, even if the way she says them isn t always the most polished or effective I would really recommend the audio, though I checked out a sample of it on Audible, and it was immediatelyengaging for me than the hard copy, not least because the hard copy is HEAVY It was printed on that fancy, glossy paper they used for Amy Poehler s book as well, and it looks high quality, but it is a bit cumbersome Not to mention a chunk of pages fell out on me, and it was a brand new book 3.5 stars rounded up

  10. James says:

    I ve read a fair number of celebrity memoirs in the last couple years including several from well known online content creators aka youtubers but none have measured up to how I connected with this one.I m not a youtube fiend I ve never actually subscribed to a youtube channel, and I m probably just outside the target age bracket for a lot of the content but I do remember Hannah Hart s My Drunk Kitchen from the relatively early days of youtube sensations.Most of these millennial m I ve read a fair number of celebrity memoirs in the last couple years including several from well known online content creators aka youtubers but none have measured up to how I connected with this one.I m not a youtube fiend I ve never actually subscribed to a youtube channel, and I m probably just outside the target age bracket for a lot of the content but I do remember Hannah Hart s My Drunk Kitchen from the relatively early days of youtube sensations.Most of these millennial memoir books are inspiring, and interesting, and teach you something about the industry, and perseverance, and gives you a feel for what media and content will look like in the future That s great I like that part of it But Hannah s book provides a whole lotI honestly couldn t put it down From her struggles with coming out, with adult ADHD, her family history of mental illness, and her struggles to help her Mother stay grounded in reality I feel like this book floats to the top of the pile A for a solid connection with the reader, and for giving usthan, I was awkward as a kid, then I started a youtube thing, now I m hella popular celebritynamedrop Hannah comes across as a real person, talking to other real people, about real things