"Bullshit" doesn't walk...it rocks
The title made me laugh so I decided to see what it was all about. I'm glad I did. I especially loved the conflict in Ana's relationship with her mother. Lots of teenagers have clashes with their parents, but they're hardly ever shown thinking of whether it's right to actually clash with someone who gave you the beautiful gift of life. I was moved by how you expressed that sentiment. I also enjoyed your no-holds-barred approach to describing depression.
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I've never liked any writing that would either lie or condescend to the reader. I do enjoy writers who like to have a little fun with their readers, get them to smirk, or come across completely tongue-in-cheek, possibly a wink, but I also appreciate writers who are honest with their readers. It's basically a writer's job to touch, move, possibly educate readers, point something out in life they've never seen before, and you did that so well with describing everything in this story, particularly the depression.