Keep It Real Tel Aviv 2.0 is a book about the relationship between a nameless young man and the woman he loves. This book is set is Tel Aviv in the near future. I would visit Tel Aviv just to see the beautiful Dead Sea that Ariel Weisbrod describes. Keep It Real makes me think about the fine line between happiness and depression. It is sad to think that the only thing that determines a person's happiness is often the presence or absence of another person Weisbrod shows how drugs can completely transform a young man's physical, mental and emotional state. This book is a reminder that depression can be passed on from one generation to the next. Keep It Real is a work of fiction. Ariel Weisbrod's intention is to remind people that depression is a real problem that can lead to tragic outcomes. I enjoyed reading this book very much.
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