anyway, one of the stories i have read is “dansei kyoufushou datta watashi ga AV joyuu ni naru made no hanashi”. i have to heavily caution picking this up (i cannot even list all the content/trigger warnings it should have), but i also think it’s got something important to say.
perhaps “pleasure reading” is incorrect, i mean to say, something i read because i want to, not out of obligation or necessity. to better understand myself now, i am reading about experiencing trauma to get my mind around how one feels things again, after being overwhelmed by it.
i don’t think i’ve seen yoshimura kana’s works outside of murcielago (which i’m already a big fan of), but the one-shot in this makes me want to read more - given the dark nature of the story.
i may not want to admit this, but i do feel that i have mastered programming to the greatest extent i am capable of. i’m having trouble seeing where do i go next now i’ve traveled so far down this path. a path which i’m better at than most, but might not be passionate about.
i know that only recently i’ve come to realize a great deal about myself. it’s been years since i undertook particular projects but only now have been able to understand the importance and growth i’ve gained from doing them.
(i’m a fan of the “arrival” reference, too) the lesson that gets captured on page 40, and illustrated on the remaining pages of the chapter is something i found a very familiar topic - struggling with the meaning of words.
i skipped maybe one or two classes in high school, but in university i skipped a lot. one class i had in senior year, i had a 55% attendence rate in. it would’ve been a big problem if not for my extraordinary academics.
hi, i'm demi. i have an undiagnosed illness (causing peripheral neuropathy), and suffer from severe chronic pain.
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