Now this may seem obvious to anyone and reading this you would think wasn’t it obviously fake to you? But at the same time she would practically idolise me. I was the best. I was the funniest guy she ever met, the most good looking, the kindest and most generous, the best kisser, the best lover. That’s because she also mirrored me. All my interests she loved, my humour, my music etc. But worst of all she mirrored my morals and ideals.
That’s why it felt stable. Yes the red flags were there and I conveniently chose to ignore them or I would try and fix them. But like the question alludes it only feels like this from the start and once I inevitably fell into the black of her black and white thinking, the illusion she, as well as me, invested in was blown away. It really has nothing to do with them. Two of my fellow constables were Jewish and both tucked heartily into the bacon rolls.
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