Fighting For It

posted January 14th, 2016, 2:01 am

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February 27th, 2015, 5:56 pm



See? Any part of Annie is a part of Annie. And Annie is a girl. So all the parts are Annie parts, which are girl parts!

Why didn't Annie fight for herself that night? That is a pretty big question to ask, actually. She was ready for him, and he was ready for her, and then when it came to it, they both just gave up. You can put as much blame on Vic as you want, but she didn't stand up for herself either.

This is really, really important. We need to fight for the things we need in our lives. We need to be willing to fight for love. Annie ended up hurt, because she wasn't willing to fight. And Vic, he got in a drunk accident, broke some ribs, got rejected from his choice school, AND he lost the first girl he actually loved. He wanted to fight, he was just fighting the wrong part of himself.

So far, Annie has been fighting to stay with Bree. She keeps coming back and showing how much they should be together. But, Annie has also been doing what Vic did, and turning to substance when things get difficult.

Last: yes, they are sitting on the floor together. Sometimes a therapist needs to talk at the same level as the person they are talking to, instead of being in power. Right now? Two girls, talking about love. Not a teacher/student, not a mother/daughter, just two girls, and love.

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