In this follow-up to the viral sensation, Nagata Kabi uses engaging diary comics to explore her personal issues surrounding mental health, identity, and intimacy. Her relationship with her parents is growing more difficult than ever, and she struggles with the idea of living alone for the first time. Join her on her heart-wrenching, relatable journey through the challenges of adulthood.
Source: Seven Seas
Extra story: Chika-chan's Depression (volume 2)
Honestly man, this story is relatable af if you're living with your parents and just fed up being lonely. I really empathize that Nagata had to go through alcoholism, depression, loneliness, uncertainty, and pretty much, having her mum annoy her saying she's good for nothing just because she's sleeping a lot. I mean I'm sure it's hard enough to survive being a mangaka and really, Nagata really illustrated this part of her life well! It's quite emotional but yknow any of us are going through it right now due to covid when it comes to loneliness. This is probably the best relatable time to read this manga lol. Yeah guys just read this book, especially if you thoroughly enjoyed My Lesbian Experience with Loneliness like I did! ^^
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