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All content advisories will be listed below. They are split into two sections: those shown on the page and those implied or discussed but not shown. I’ve also included a brief aside concerning the context for some of the triggers listed because I know that would play a role in whether or not I decide a book is for me, and I don’t want to cause anyone harm. The context provided is not detailed so as to avoid spoilers but just to give an idea of what to expect so you can make the decision that is best for you.


Though CHAOS is a work of fiction, it is heavily grounded in reality, but Just because something is depicted in my writing does not mean I am condoning, romanticizing, or glamorizing the behavior.

  •  Self-harm
  •  Suicidal ideation (Sort of alluded to, but I don’t want to risk sugar coating it and causing someone harm)
  •  Gratuitous violence
  •  Gore (Blood, but I feel like it’s better to mention that)
  •  Sizeism (Brief and called out on the page)
  •  Ableism (Called out when it happens)
  •  Child abuse (Physical, mental, and emotional directed toward a teenager. It’s shown for a moment in one scene.)
  •  Drug and alcohol abuse (Frequently, shows the realities and the ugly sides of it.)
  •  Vomiting
  •  Infidelity (It’s more alluded to and talked about than shown, but again, I wouldn’t want to cause harm even accidentally.)
  •  Domestic Violence (It’s not explicitly shown, but it is heard. So you can’t see it happening, but a character hears it.)
  • Sexual Violence [Rape/Statutory Rape] (Not really shown or described. Really just heavily implied but I want to avoid causing anyone harm.)
  • Bullying (Relates to the Ableism and Sizeism)
  • Rape [including incest] & Sexual Assault (Nothing is shown. It is heavily implied and alluded to, but absolutely nothing is shown. It also deals with addressing what people often wrongly assume are “gray areas” like statuatory rape, but again it is not shown, and nothing is glorified or romanticized.)
  • Self-harm
  • Suicidal Ideation
  • Suicide Attempts (Both potentially accidental and purposeful)
  • Homophobia/Panphobia (It’s implied that a character makes jokes and inappropriate remarks, and the character is called out for it. It’s also directly mentioned and heavily implied that another character is extremely homophobic/panphobic but no slurs are ever used, and it’s made clear that this is wrong and not okay and causes harm.)
  • Child abuse (Physical, mental, emotional, and sexual heavily implied. The sexual abuse is not shown and never will be shown.)
  • Infidelity
  • Possible torture
  • Bullying
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