Irritable Hearts, Pt 1: Earning the Diagnosis

4 thoughts on “Irritable Hearts, Pt 1: Earning the Diagnosis”

  1. ” “What happened to you?” out of her book for legal or moral or ethical reasons, it serves a narrative purpose. I think it is a crucial and brave choice. That lack of disclosure forces us as readers to face a deep question about our own motives in asking someone who has suffered to relive that pain and display it to us for our judgement.”
    Excellent idea 💡
    Thankyou friend.
    I learned something from you today. 💐

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