Troubled souls with special abilities visit a seemingly understanding psychologist, to talk though their problems. But I get the feeling there are other reasons for her interest in these “gifted” people.
As these people’s stories unfold, it’s hard not to feel empathy for them, normal everyday folk trying to deal with every day problems that are enhanced by their gifts. It feels very cathartic, listening to the problems of others.
The story that intrigues me the most however, is Dr. Bright’s. It’s safe to say, her cards are played very close to her chest, but the cracks are beginning to show. Glimpses of what seem to be a dark and sinister abuse of trust and power, are beginning to seep out.
It would be rude not to give this show a listen. If you aren’t hooked after the first three episodes then clearly it’s not for you, but I doubt it.
I would love to offer you, the reader, more in the way of information on this show, but to do so, I feel would compromise the enjoyment you will derive from it, and I wouldn’t want to spoil, this beautiful show. Suffice to say, go and listen!
Highly addictive 20 minute episodes leaving you always wanting ‘just one more’, and then the next thing you know, it’s 3am!
For more information on how and where to listen to The Bright Sessions, visit Their website.
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