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    One Foot Wrong

    A book of mental illness that came to Hesta through her religious zealot of a mother, suffered sexual abuse by the father, deprived of any freedom, education and consequently no social skills. Because of the isolation everything becomes a living entity to Hesta who lives her life talking to herself through these imaginary objects. Children who are do not have siblings and live in isolation often develope imaginary friends. This is quickly dispelled when given the opportunity to socialise with other children. Imaginary friends are not in itself a danger, as most humans do speak to the person in their heads, sometimes this can serve as problem solving. The problem arises when the imaginary friend becomes real enough that a person cannot relate in any other way, delusional mental health problems arise. The book is confronting.

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