Tachibana's therapist reminds me of my own therapist, which speaks to how realistically it's portrayed - truly a rarity in media. I'm so impressed by how it serves a narrative role without being distorted or overly dramatized


Also her PTSD and how she feels about it feels very authentic to me which I really appreciate

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