Love Horror? Hate Narcissists?
Autonomy Bleeds Black is the first horror short from Kris Leliel, an allegorical and gruesome horror short about being harassed by a narcissistic parent.
When the author hears any mention of his father, he gets a terrible sting in his chest. The pain worsens when his father comes over for a surprise visit, which is why he’s told to leave.
The author remembers what his father will do to get what he wants and the horrors that follow when he doesn’t. Expecting his father’s return, the author’s inner truth literally bleeds out of him as he desperately tries to set boundaries and stay safe.
What will it take to make his father listen?
I am a mystic and creative spirit.
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