by Meghan Wayland
GLOVER — I was hungry, but not in the way I had expected. In the seven days I documented my experience living on the average food stamps budget, I didn’t run out of food, but I was constantly worried about it. I had to be so thoughtful and conservative with food that I was sometimes even anxious. The anxiety surprised me, and I came to understand hunger as a psychological state as much as a physical one.
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