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... created an identity with nature by being able to figure out that she needed to move on with life. Julia will start to see the beauty of nature and form an identity with nature, once she is able to understand who she truly is. Although modern society have made it no longer possible to keep in touch with nature, it is still possible to form an identity with nature. Though dissociation is cause of our inability to form a close bond with nature, it could be the solution using that ability to form an identity with nature.
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Stout, Martha. “When I Woke Up Tuesday Morning, It Was Friday,” in The Myth of Sanity: Divided Consciousness and the Promise of Awareness. New York: Penguin Books, 2002. 15-43.
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