>be empath hired to help stable emotions of cyborg supersoldier. >be psychically emotionally connected because superpowers. >start dating the supersoldier >go on vacation for birthday and family reunion >supersoldier gf is easily overwhelmed by social situations >will especially be overwhelmed here because area is filled with your family and friends she's never met before >have a big fight day before big birthday bash >super soldier gf disappears next morning because depressive emotional state >only see her again at birthday event, and not because she came up to you, but you had to go looking for her >start slow dancing >she's going to say something, but friend interrupts to cut the cake >despite being emotionally empathic, be completely oblivious to your gf's feelings and just disappear to cut the cake >leave your emotionally unstable gf in the crowd to cut the cake and have your family and friends sing happy birthday WITHOUT your gf at your side >gf emotional breakdown because she can't deal with people talking about her >somehow, you left your gf behind with a bunch of strangers while she's emotionally unstable, after you guys had a fight, after you hadn't made up, and you're not deliberately making sure she's at your birthday events >you're supposed to be connected to her emotions + know her >I'm supposed to believe you love her. WTF is this, dude. #amreading #patchwork #ElleEIre #writingcommunity
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