We are Not Our Careers

The narrator reflects on her career path, questioning if we ever truly know what we want to be. Her mother’s childhood dream of becoming a teaching nun comes partially true as she pursues a career in education.

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Mental Cruelty, Now and Then

Maria, a potential client, reveals her traumatic experience but surprisingly expresses a desire to stay married. Meanwhile, a childhood memory shows a tense moment between the narrator’s parents, highlighting the fear and instability within their relationship.

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