Honestly big mood
I’ve met these type of people who are just so deep into this belief that they are bad people but they don’t seem to have any desire to do anything about it, or at least no ideas how to deal with it in a way that they are comfortable with while also not being open to try something that puts them outside of their comfort zone.
like watching this kid be the way he is just makes me internally shout “WHAT IS IT THAT YOU NEED? WHAT THEY ARE TRYING CLEARLY ISN’T UP TO YOUR STANDARDS SO DO YOU HAVE ANY IDEA WHAT MIGHT?”
but at the same time it just feels like he’s already given up on improving his situation and just need to be miserable for a longer period before getting anywhere so yeah p much seeing his frustration makes me feel a similar frustration from not understanding him.
sorry this was alot and I’m sure I am just projecting experiences I’ve had with people who are just similar to Owen, but I just needed to do something with this pit in my stomach these recent pages have given me.
damn… that’s all I can say
Glad to say I also can not relate
Huuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu I wonder if Chainey dies on that road with the trees. I wonder if Owen has something to do with it?
This is damn complex.
Zombie/memory-loss Chainey always seemed so benign.
So it seems like self-mutilation fantasies are his basic reaction to things that strike a nerve with him. I wonder how much of this plays into his current behavior (since he hasn’t expressed any violence or thoughts of violence towards others in the flashback so far), and what sort of relationship it has with the tar creature hallucinations and fear of dogs barking.
Going back a few pages it also looks like the bite on his hand shown during his pseudo-resurrection was possibly self inflicted if it is from his episode at the bus stop.
OOF TOO FUCKIN RELATABLE THTS ME IN THERAPY
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