Just finished my book for March and I love the transparency around his struggle with relationships (partners and family, especially his daughter), how he remembered a situation where he was abused as a child, forgiving his father, seeking therapy, and grounding himself in his faith. At times he writes very “creatively enlightened” (if that makes any sense - it’s the first phrase that came to my mind and seem to fit with his style). His first love and primary focus is definitely his art which makes it difficult for him to establish a healthy balance in his relationships but he’s expressed that he is a work in progress, like all of us. Great read.
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