If life throws one more diagnosis at you, is that always a bad thing?
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3 thoughts on “175 — Keep it Very Real — diagnosis, childhood trauma and being OK — with Millie”
Kintsugi is the Japanese art of fixing the broken pottery with gold. It makes the broken object more valuable and into art instead of like everything else.
I find that to be a perfect description of Millie.
Of most anyone broken and filled with a goodness that separates them from the others that are whole.
I completely agree.
This was heart wrenching. It’s abdominal that people would treat their children in this way.