I knew now that I had a susceptibility. I might never act on it, but I had it. What I did not have, it soon emerged, was a job.
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The way I became familiar with the piece is a sort of a shaggy dog story of lonely young people leveraging what social assets they had, and making do with what was available.
This Casanova stuff was terribly exciting, but in the psychotherapeutic language we all use today, I needed to process it. And that’s when I had my California Girls moment.