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WELCOME TO TUESDAY FLASH FICTION at GOBBLERS/MASTICADORES!

Life can be a vicious cycle where actions and reactions replicate themselves.

The people and circumstances may change, but the essence remains the same.

How much can one take and who is to blame?

There are always many sides to the same story, and the outcomes may differ.

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Not her again. She sits upon the sofa directly across from me. Her purple hair and blonde eyebrows accentuate the green envy in her eyes. There’s plenty staring back at me. I never break eye contact, so she decides to look away, apparently taking pity upon me. The air conditioning seems to […]

The Doodling Miracle Maker — Gobblers / Masticadores // Editores: Manuela Timofte / j re crivello


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16 Comments on “The Doodling Miracle Maker — Gobblers / Masticadores // Flash Fiction Story

  1. Initially I was confused selecting between a sibling and a mother daughter dialogue but the ending in a way stumped me. I also read somewhere psychologists are probably the most depressing tribe, what a well written story!

    • I’m glad I was able to confuse you, Deepak. Though the intent of this statement is only for the story. haha. And I agree with you. Psychologists probably live in a world of their own. Some oblivious, some unable to disconnect. Thanks so much for your wonderful comment. I appreciate it. 🙂

  2. Interesting perspective. I can imagine that being a therapist is difficult but it does seem like this character doesn’t have the right skills for it. There should be a distance between the two people, but I’m not sure that means you don’t need to show some empathy…

    • I agree with your perspective. And sadly many therapists aren’t cut out for the profession. Listening to problems and guiding others isn’t an easy task. It requires empathy, responsibility, and discipline. Thanks for sharing your thoughts. I appreciate it. 🙂

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    • That’s very kind of you, Devang. I appreciate that you took out the time to read and comment. Thanks a lot and take care. 🙂

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