Prozac Nation: Young and Depressed in America - Chapter 11, Good Morning Heartache Summary & Analysis

Elizabeth Wurtzel
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Chapter 11, Good Morning Heartache Summary and Analysis

Despite the fact that they have been broken up for awhile, Wurtzel goes to see Rafe at Brown. She realizes that Rafe loved her and really cared for her, but he also was interested in the parts of her that were obsessed with him and utterly fell apart when she could not be with him all the time. Her depression was a part of why he liked Wurtzel and he made her less healthy because of this.

Wurtzel decides she needs to go back to school and devote herself to Harvard and therapy full-time. Dr. Sterling convinces her this is the best option and she agrees. Meanwhile, Wurtzel's mother is telling her to take time away from school to dedicate herself exclusively to therapy and getting better. Wurtzel thinks her timing is horribly bad and...

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