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The afterword discusses the author’s fortuitous meeting and friendship with David Kaczynski, and their common bonds of Buddhism, mental health advocacy, and their subsequent work together assisting trauma survivors. The author, a forensic psychiatrist, discusses the current challenges facing the mental health system in the United States and how it has been largely relegated to jails and prisons. Finally, it is suggested that collective tragedies such as mass murder may be viewed as chances to take a more substantive, meaningful look at how we view psychological suffering and violence as a species.

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