on mental health and Victorian Melodrama
moving boundaries out of the grocery store
First, thank you. Thank you so much for taking the time to read. Thank you so much for your comments and your questions. I’ve started working with an editor. She’s been reviewing all the writing here. We’re currently piecing together what looks like chunks of two different books. So YAY!
As you can see today’s post came from your questions. Reply to this email or leave a comment on the page with any questions or clarifications that you’re either looking for or could offer. I’m writing this to you and for you. So, for now, as we build these books? I’m so grateful for any ounce of time you spend reading this.
I’m having a lot of fun here.
The recent Foolsletters on The Grocery Store of Life and on Shallow Power have generated a lot of questions about the differences between codependency and interdependence. It’s now time to leave the grocery store and step into the limelight. The limelight of Victorian melodrama reveals the next key to understanding these dynamics.
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