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Sebastian Cahill

@sebc23
 · 4mo ago · 1:40
Books that realistically talk about moving through trauma

"…And I think that's certainly part of its goal. At the same time, I also think that it's kind of cool to read something where it's clear that the author was really thinking a lot about how these events would actually impact someone. So I'm wondering if either anybody has read this and would want to talk about it, or if people have other recommendations for books that they feel like deal with trauma in a realistic way.…"

mild spoilers for acotar series !! #acotar #fantasy #books #sarahmaas

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Rachel Liu

@rachell
 · 4mo ago · 1:04

"…And even though, like, he found someone, love can't actually cure, like a mental illness. So the book does a really good job of that, even though it's kind of like a side plot in the series. There are four books. It's going to be a fifth one coming out soon. You can read it for free on web. Whom callhardt. But again, it is a comic book.…"

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Neha Lathr

@Neha_Lathr
 · 4mo ago · 1:35

"…So I can completely understand what she was talking about and that's it. I think that everyone should give it a read and it's one of my favorite books of the year that I read. So please go through this book and tell me whether you like it or not or if you have read it already. Please do share your views.…"

#mentalHealth #bipolar #trauma

vibaa r

@vi.raghu
 · 4mo ago · 2:26

"…And because he doesn't really have power, she's always been discriminated against. She's always been like, tea is bullied just because, well, as a kid, he goes to school with other kids and kids always pick on people who are different regardless of what it means. And this has happened so many times, but again, society has just deemed it bad, I guess, for somebody not to have powers just because they're not like everybody else.…"

 

 
 
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