I appreciated the clinical explanations of how the traumas of early childhood effect our decision-making as adults, sometimes for decades, until we take action to heal. I was glad she brought Thaddeus, the wise old oak tree, back again. All the wisdom we need is right there in nature, if we listen. I loved his puns, too!
What I didn't like
I wanted the silencer to be there after each betrayal, but assumed that perhaps she just forgot that part a couple of times! :)
My overall impression
Once again, Kamakshi let’s it all hang out as she invites us into her past, a past most people can relate to in one way or another, where those who were supposed to have your back let you down, or worse. She is a brave soul. I found myself tearing up several times, but there were also many opportunities to laugh, even in the heavier moments.