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Summary ñ My Solo Exchange Diary Vol 2 102 × ✰ [BOOKS] ✸ My Solo Exchange Diary Vol 2 By Kabi Nagata ✽ – Insolpro.co.uk The seuel series to the award winning My Lesbian Experience with LonelinessLiving on her own is harder than Nagata Kabi expected Building relationships is difficult too but with a new friendshiThe seuel series to the award winning Exchange Diary Epub #220 My Lesbian Experience with LonelinessLiving on her. This is a type of book that can't be judged or evaluated because it is about the author's personal lifeHow can one evaluate the life of another and give stars through itThis is one of the topics the author deals with in this volume As she realized that in writing her life she ended up selling herself and putting not only her but her family in spotlightIn this volume the depression of Kabi appears with all its force again Her anxiety about thinking about the future and her career leads to a deep state of depression resulting in some major decisionsOne is that she decides to go back to live in her parents' house and after a while she realizes that this shouldn't be cause for shame Another decision is to look for a clinic and stay for a while thereThe times spent in the clinic are difficult and troubled but she learns important things in this placeAnyway I really liked this volume and I don't know if there will be a continuation but if there is one I would definitely like to read Kabi inspires me and brings me hope that it is possible to live to survive even when everything inside you seems to tell you otherwisePS The oneshot within this volume was great too bringing interesting and critical reflection on society and its judgments

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My Solo Exchange Diary Vol 2Own is harder than Nagata Kabi expected Building relationships is difficult too but with a new friendship to cul. This entry is frustrating than the previous two as the author mostly sets aside LGBT issues and focuses on the anxiety and depression which eventually result in her voluntary hospitalization following a strong bout of substance abuseOutside forces seem to be affecting the narrative as the author recounts how her family reacts to their depictions in the early volumes and realizes she is under some pressure to bring the series to a conclusion for the publisher Some of the developments felt like backtracking to mend hurt feelings or exaggeration of progress for a happy endingFinally there is the intriguing inclusion of one of the author's works of fiction It was interesting to see the change of her art style to portray a sci fi dystopia and to pick up on themes from her life evident in the story That said it wasn't a particularly good story