My own problem with this series is that it keeps jumping around in time, seemingly randomly. I understand that some stories work better when told in an order other than chronological, but usually, there's some logic to the alternate order.
Here, it feels like I just met her, and she's telling me her life story as the anecdotes randomly occur to her, except I don't know her, so I have no baseline that I can drop each random event into to make sense of it all.
She tells me about something that happened, and I want to know what happened next, but instead, she tells me about something that happened 20 years later, and doesn't appear to come back to the story she started.
From the first page, she repeatedly mentions how things are going to blow up later. After the first couple of times, it just gets annoying.
To me, it feels like she should have organized her thoughts a bit more before she started drawing this. The order of the presentation might have emotional resonance for her, but I need a steadier base before it can resonate with me.