“Guess what!” she shrieks from her side of the phone. It’s not the shrill sort of voice that insinuates panic or concern. No, this tone is one of joy and thrill. Santiago can’t resist the smile tugging at his lips.
Casper walks over to where he is and mimics Santiago’s stance, facing him dead on, which is unexpected. He seems to be assessing Santiago, in a way, and he can’t figure out exactly what Casper might be trying to see in him. “Can I help you with a question?” he offers.
Week 14: It’s Just a Name ~ Now facing his own mental crisis, Santiago must seek the advice of his girlfriend when his psychiatrist urges him not to make a snap decision.
Santiago has to make a stop at his house while he’s got Caroline with him. It should’ve been an easy stop, in and out, but that’s not exactly how it ends up going.
Dr. Kuvaar sent an email to all of her patients reminding them of a temporary change to the schedule for their Grief Group.
Santiago is learning when he should tell the truth, and when it’s okay to speak vaguely.
It’s almost Thanksgiving, and the group is small – but that doesn’t mean that there’s less to talk about.
Sometimes you get answers, sometimes you get wings – and sometimes, you get something a little extra.
Things get tense as group members leave, other group members argue, and even Dr. Kuvaar gets frustrated.
In this week’s super short update, Santiago realizes that the little things we often overlook are the things we love the most about them.