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Who is closest to you when life breaks down?

A simple question and a warm hand make Josefin’s life collapse. What she previously thought was important suddenly becomes her worst nightmare. What she used to be good at, thinking logically and drawing conclusions, no longer works. She feels empty and useless and very lonely.

The fear is the worst part. To perhaps never be whole again, to not be enough for the children, to be left behind, to be locked up. To not know.

Josefin is searching for answers, while the people around her are becoming increasingly impatient. How long will this last? Who has Josefin become?

The uncertainty hits hard and in the end she is faced with the decisions she has long feared. She has already lost parts of herself, if she wants to keep the other parts, she has to confront her worst fears.