I'm in the early works of a new idea so bare with me. My story has Protagonist A dealing with her therapist in the present, though the reader isn't exactly sure why she's in said situation. Every present moment leads to a pivotal moment in the past that introduces the main characters, and why the hell A is even there in the first place. There are frequent time jumps between past and present, while every time the reader delves back into the past it's a little closer to the present event. I want your outside opinions on this. If you were the reader would the constant time jumps disconnect you from the story and why?