Big Bang Theory Mayim Bialik is coming out with a new book entitled Girling Up: How To Be Strong, Smart, and Spectacular. The book will talk about Bialik’s own experiences as an awkward and “anxious” teenager. On it, she discussed issues ranging from body issues to sex to depression. To say, almost all things that plague teenagers before and today.
This isn’t the first time the actress is writing about herself or her views on single motherhood and being in Hollywood. She’s the founder of GrokNation.com, and has been writing “honest” columns for almost two years. Her book will delve deeper into her life as an actress and as a single parent.
Big Bang Theory Mayim Bialik is an awkward teen, adult
Big Bang Theory Mayim Bialik new book is coming out in May 2017. She promised it wasn’t a book about a “shiny teen” because she has always been “an anxious kid, an anxious teenager, and an anxious adult [even now].” She wants to discuss how these things are caused by various reasons.
The coitus episode in last season’s The Big Bang Theory pushed her to write a book. During an interview with Glamour, she said that an editor at Penguin read her column, and told her how interesting it was for her character to come out as a late bloomer. That’s when she realized that the female experience is composed of many things and differs with every experience.
The hardest chapter for her to discuss was the one about sex. To get over it, Bialik wrote it first. She recalled that she was a late bloomer—that she didn’t start to look womanly until she was about 16 or 17 years old.
Big Bang Theory Mayim Bialik and her multiple roles
Bialik is an actress, a writer, and a scientist. She holds a Ph.D. in neuroscience from UCLA, no less. If you asked her which best describes her, she would answer none of those three.
The actress said in the same interview with Glamour that she felt being a mom is the only think that God put her on Earth for. But, writing also comes natural for Big Bang Theory Mayim Bialik because “it’s literally just an outpouring of my brain.”
— Mayim Bialik (@missmayim) November 28, 2016