Unsound Desires talks about the grieving and sorrow stages of the protagonist, as she
suddenly loses her best friend in a car accident. Throughout her mourning, the story portrays the
decision she has to take: a healthy coping mechanism causing immediate pain, yet ending in
long-term healing, or making unhealthy choices that can provide immediate satisfaction,
however, if abused, permanently damages one’s life. The moral of the story shows the audience
that it is okay to feel pain and discomfort when grieving and that it is for overcoming suffering.
On the contrary, what may seem to be gratifying in the short term, can often lead to long-term suffering.
From: Bayla & Marc