I liked the therapist theme and I would recommend this story to anyone as long as you don't mind some really tragic things happening. I like the way the conversation is really informal, just like if he was talking to a therapist. It says Vol. 1 but I couldn't find any other volumes.
This story had a true to life quality that caught the uncertainty that people with mental illness feel when they get diagnosed. I also liked the fact that it keeps the whole topic light instead of depressing. If I want true to life mental illness, I'll hang out at work. I would recommend this book and I liked the other one in the series too.
Can I get an OMG? I thought this story was really good. I am a firm believer in synchronicity and although the concept in this story was out there, I got totally lost in it. I would love to see a lot more with this theme. It was wonderful!
There are some stories that you just start reading and lose yourself in them. This was a great example of that. Such very real people with such very real tragedy. I also liked the way it fit into the last short storied. Loved it!