Where Is the Mango Princess? - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

C. E. Crimmins
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Chapter 12 Summary and Analysis

Alan was prepared and very anxious to return to work in a more permanent capacity after the first of the year, and Cathy thought he needed additional relaxation time prior to that disruptive moment. So, the family went on a vacation to Mexico, which in retrospect was a terrible idea. As Cathy explained, travel for any TBI-sufferer is also a nearly traumatic experience, because it represents a change in environment which is quite taxing.

Alan became very anxious on the plane ride and in the long line at customs; he could not handle the wait and he started swearing and throwing a tantrum, embarrassing Cathy. At the resort, alcohol was handed out freely, and Alan soon became drunk. TBI-sufferers should not consume alcohol since it emphasizes their disabilities.

Alan also started to explore the ocean, and he went out extremely far...

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