Dialogue is said to help relationships, and without it, even the most unshakable stories are annihilated.
Ambrosia had understood this: her marriage was annihilating itself in the routine of unspoken thoughts. And although she was sincerely convinced that she had no secrets, she had to admit to herself that dialogue was made up of desires born of the freedom to talk about them.
There is a part of us, hidden to ourselves, that does not allow us to live and love each other completely. I want all of you. And in the same way I want to give you all of me, without sparing myself, without hiding. But to do this, we need to really get to know each other.
In this first story, Ambrosia discovers that dialogue means opening up, looking inside ourselves with courage; but it is above all letting go to a happiness that is new and frightening at once, because it opens up scenarios that are unknown, yet intriguing and very sweet.
With no more secrets, hidden fantasies become little hopes, little desires. This is how Ambrosia’s journey begins, an overwhelming and unspeakable journey.
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