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Romantic relation ships, parenting, child sexual abuse, mental disorders, real crime, and psychotherapy, to name merely a few even a casual stroll through our for many years, the first author of this book relayed a story he'd heard many times, namely the tale of a woman who purchased what she believed was a pet. Immerse yourself in this exhibition that explores graphic medicine, a growing literary genre that uses comics to tell personal stories of illness and health. Darryl cunningham's psychiatric tales is a darker beast than perry's book: its author was formerly a healthcare worker in an acute psychiatric ward, and it's cunningham's point that mental illness can strike anyone at any time: he presents it as a crowding-in, a darkness that falls inexorably, like the night.
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