When In Doubt, Own Your Narrative

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At the beginning of the first season of the famous Netflix TV show, Sex Education, there’s a scene where the headmaster’s son — Adam — is so confused with himself, he decides to take ‘therapy sessions’ from a boy he frequently bullied (Otis).

Adam has two problems:

  1. His father is the headmaster…

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