What this story is really about is recognizing negative patterns and realizing how difficult it is to break them. It is told from the perspective of a woman who cares deeply for others but can’t seem to give herself the same kind of care. The context is a pseudo post-apocalyptic institutionalized solution to restless spirits. The real world connection is radical self-care being one of the steps in creating a better community; creating a better community is one of the steps of having a healthy society.
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Eda J. Vor is work-from-home novelist, blogger, and toddler wrangler who likes a little feminism in her fiction if only to make women seem a little more like people. She blogs about bias in children’s media, fangirling, motherhood, and adventures in self-publishing on her blog EdaJVor.wordpress.com.