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“Recovering from Big Brother.”

“Recovering from Big Brother.”
Jean Jordan (a.k.a. just “Jordan”) writes about her Big Brother experiences and more on Nerve.com. In the surprisingly articulate and well-written essay, Jordan says that, “With one exception, the people there seemed boring to me: they wanted to play cards and do chores, not have candid talks. I felt alienated and uncomfortable–emotionally stonewalled. Everything (and everyone) seemed eerily fake.”

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