2 thoughts on “The Day After

  1. *Hugs* You may not have ever sent something to a publisher, but you are one of those people I think of when I think of writers who vividly capture psychological realities in prose. I think about your post coming out as bisexual, and how I think all of us who have experienced trauma saw something of ourselves in that post. I’m straight as an arrow, but I wanted to go punch a school official on your behalf when you told that story about the lecture on identifying “fake” depressed people. It took me back in time to so many moments in my own history that, even though they aren’t surficially the same, felt the same to me. I’m not sure when or if I’ll share my versions of those past experiences, but if I do, I hope it’ll speak to others in that same way.

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