Poignancy at its most refined, and the succinct dynamic relationship with materiality, so alive in the autistic parallel embodiment, is grippingly vibrant in Emma’s words.
Food understands emotions in ways no words can, but sometimes the body disagrees and chaos ensues. Mind begins to roar and everyone feels misunderstood. Trying to appease all parties is impossible.
Have you ever felt full, but ignored the body’s message and eaten more or eaten foods your body is not friends with? Do certain feelings prefer certain types of food?
Understanding that some foods emotions are in love with are enemies to the body is a devastating realization. Being kind to all involved is challenging and maybe only a few people have truly accomplished this.