The environment is more than plants and roads, including also how one is treated or perceived. All Black politics have an environmental dimension because Black people are still unable to simply exist in The United States.
three girls (ana, alice, and abi) are lying on the ground./ they are in bathing suits./ one of them (ana) is drumming on the ground.
My therapist, a woman in her mid-forties with short hair and small spectacles, clears her throat and finds eye contact with uncomfortable politeness. I admit that I enjoy watching how therapists bend over backward to maintain composure, “Jess, I think you might be Bipolar.”
Seen in light of the modern concept of “self-care” through escape, the first chapter of Moby Dick offers a powerful commentary on mental health.
"I spoke to many people. Mostly I spoke to men who sat in large chairs, peering at me over manila folders; the space between us felt like lifespans."