The Fourth Man
By Brian Parker
Published by MoshPit Publishing
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Published: March 14, 2012
Words: 2,433 (approximate)
In this short story by Brian Parker, a few words uttered by a lunch companion bring back a flood of memories from another lifetime.
In The Fourth Man, Brian Parker explores one of the most powerful mental health issues we can all face - repressed trauma.
Four men go to lunch, but for one of them, a benign conversation resurrects an inner turmoil for which he has never forgiven himself. It raises the question of how do we move on? How do we let go of the past, and our guilt, yet still remember someone with the warmth and respect we had for them while they were still alive?
, repressed memory
, repressed trauma
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