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Diary of My Daily Failures

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“Diary of My Daily Failures” is a bold comic essay of a depression survivor looking back to her past blunder. In the bleak of despair, Eriko struggled as she tried adapting to mental health institution environment. Eriko Kobayashi’s superb ability to deliver dark but comedic self-narrative would not only let readers ponder about the importance of mental health but might also reveal the hidden anxiety inside our mind we never know we had...

Diary of My Daily Failures
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Publisher: TORICO
Genre: Shojo Manga
“Diary of My Daily Failures” is a bold comic essay of a depression survivor looking back to her past blunder. In the bleak of despair, Eriko struggled as she tried adapting to mental health institution environment. Eriko Kobayashi’s superb ability to deliver dark but comedic self-narrative would not only let readers ponder about the importance of mental health but might also reveal the hidden anxiety inside our mind we never know we had...

I Don't Even Have Time to Live

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Well, that's because I spend most of my time leaning against the wall, thinking of wasteful thoughts. But I'm barely still alive, despite everything. "I Don't Even Have Time to Live" is an essay comic about the life of Nakano, who struggles every day just to simply... alive. The comic tackles depression theme in an uncomplicated and relatable manner, making us realize that such experience is actually not so distanced with our everyday's life.

I Don't Even Have Time to Live
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Author: Nakano
Publisher: MAVO
Genre: Seinen Manga
Well, that's because I spend most of my time leaning against the wall, thinking of wasteful thoughts. But I'm barely still alive, despite everything. "I Don't Even Have Time to Live" is an essay comic about the life of Nakano, who struggles every day just to simply... alive. The comic tackles depression theme in an uncomplicated and relatable manner, making us realize that such experience is actually not so distanced with our everyday's life.
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