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  1. Serena S.
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    Thanks for the post. I’m sorry you went through that but I’m glad you’re better. I do have my anxious moments but they are not that bad.

  2. Tanja
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    Thanks for the post Kit. It is so important to write about people with mental issues. They are so easily misunderstand. For the most part it is because you don’t see it. Awareness is everything. For the persons involved, but also for the world around them.

  3. Trix
    Trix at |

    This will help a lot of people!


  4. jenf27
    jenf27 at |

    What a great post! Thanks! We need all kinds of characters who deal with all kinds of challenges, issues etc shown in all kinds of stories. It’s wonderful that you took that trolling comment and turned it on its head to create an inclusive story.


  5. James Escol
    James Escol at |

    It makes me mad whenever stupidity gets the best of people. Who said that there should be a line drawn between characters playing for fantasy roles & mentally challenged people?! That’s just a very IDIOTIC thing to say!

    Anyway, thank you for sharing this yet another encouraging post. There are a lot of people around the world who suffer from anxiety & just like you said, they need our utmost non-judgment & understanding.

    Thanks for coming by to Love Bytes, Miss Brisby!


    P.S. I hope that you’re doing well & I wish you all the good luck on your career.

  6. Lee Todd
    Lee Todd at |

    congrats on the new release


  7. H.B.
    H.B. at |

    Thank you for the post! It great that you decided to tackle this subject and bring awareness to such issues.
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  8. Toni
    Toni at |

    From someone dealing with anxiety too, thanks for this post. And thanks for writing this character. Representation really is so important. violet817(at)aol(dot)com

  9. arella3173
    arella3173 at |

    Yes! Great post! I agree. Representation is the most important thing. Because then other people get to see that, YES! They are normal too! There is no abnormal and they too can go on an adventure of their own.

  10. susana
    susana at |

    Thank you for the interesting post, and congratulations on the release, Kit. It sounds really good.

  11. lisa44837
    lisa44837 at |

    Thank you for the wonderful post. It really pisses me off when I see people dismissing mental illness like it’s not a valid health concern. It should be treated no differently than any other sickness. Stories like these will hopefully help remove the stigmas associated.

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