Not Moving

posted April 22nd, 2016, 2:01 am


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July 3rd, 2015, 3:43 pm

GreenKrog

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There are a lot of emotions going on here. Last time this happened, Annie was barely even Annie. Vic saved her and it helped her assimilate who she is with both how she is now safe with Vic and how she was then.. uh.. non-consentually kissed by Vic.
This situation is so vastly different, it might as well be treated entirely independently. And yet, the players involved, Annie and this guy, are the same.
How do you reconcile that? Two vastly different events, but predicated on the same precipitation?

Vic was stable for her. He made her feel safe then, both by physically ensuring her safety and by communicating that she can begin to recover. Now she is alone, and nobody is telling her how to feel safe. It isn't about Vic, necessarily, it is about being told by another living being you trust that you are safe now.
Does this mean she doesn't trust Wendy? Not at all. But this isn't the same thing. Wendy doesn't know the full extent of what happened. Wendy is offering physical contact, but it isn't the same as offering physical.. uh.. okness. I am missing the word.

And now Annie begin going in to shock..

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April 22nd, 2016, 6:00 am

'Ryn

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He's not dead, it's just a subdural hematoma, he'll be fine. He wasn't using that brain anyway.

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April 23rd, 2016, 1:51 am

Yan Mouson

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Wendy: He is alive.
Me: Dammit!

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