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Anonymous

Is there anyone here who has read “the perks of being a wallflower”? If yes, I’m so glad! It’s a beautiful, beautiful book. It portrays PTSD in it’s real sense, how it affects the person from the inside out, influences the way he sees the world.

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Yes, I read it in jr high or high school, not knowing what PTSD was, knowing I had been damaged though by my parents and their world. I related to it immensely and maybe I will pick up the book again to reconnect with my younger self.

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