Him Who Cares Till When is a return to a common theme; the fragmented family of divorce and child custody.
The narrator is also, somewhat, a therapist attempting to help four siblings work-through the woes and worries of their young experience of familial conflict--the casualties of divorce and its potential aftermath as both the marriage and family are "torn asunder".
The children, now young adults, fill the expected "roles" from the pursuits for perfection to the rebel without a cause.
What is the answer for recovery; for peace and possibly reconciliation beyond the concerted and concentrated effort to destroy relationships through deception amid other potentially devastating behavior, intentions?
More to come.
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