A Critique of the Genre of ‘Mental Health Writing’ | Part One
Tristan Cross

There is a whiff of Montaigne in here; concurrently individual and wholly relatable. It’s nice to see someone writing about a popular subject without relying on established cultural canon and tropes. Reading this made me realize how almost everything I’ve read recently has some significant portion of talking head ideological propaganda woven into it. This critique feels even more personal, human and honest than any modern subjective experience piece I’ve read recently. Good writing.

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