Imagine Me Gone - Section 5: Part II (Michael), Part III (Alec, Michael) Summary & Analysis

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The family goes to their therapy session where Michael relays details as if they are a combat unit. He says that their mission is to have better communication and to achieve well-being for the family. While they are there, Alex says that he is gay. Margaret's body language shows that she is not happy that he has shared this publicly.

Gus, the therapist, then asks Michael what he has to say as he has not said much. Michael knows he can talk about Bethany now. Instead, he says that he agrees with Cecilia. They should add the effects of the past on the family.

Later in the session, everyone (except for Michael) talks about their memories of John. They start to cry. Alec thinks that maybe he could have stopped John from committing suicide if he had...

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