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“Succession” is Really a Tragedy About Narcissistic Parenting

Through the lens of painful family roles, the TV show takes on a powerful and relatable narrative.

When emotional bankruptcy and material wealth go head to head.

Contains spoilers on seasons 1 and 2 of HBO’s TV show Succession.

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Kayli Kunkel

Kayli Kunkel

She/her. Queens, NY. Creating new narratives on mental health and sustainability. Founder of Earth & Me, a zero-waste small business and publication.

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