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13 December 2012 - 04:22 PMWacko, it is comments like these that make you a favorite of mine on the forums.
On topic, I believe that Lucy will accept getting the therapy that she so desperately needs, but she is going to be very cold and resistant towards it for a long time. She also could do some self-therapy like the flashback chapter where she rethought all her memories about Mike.
She didn't really get anywhere, but hey something may happen.
12 December 2012 - 01:37 PM
11 December 2012 - 05:54 PMDude, you can't use a fictional movie as referential evidence for real life situations.
Sorry I stand corrected. It is just a common known occurrence in life and in movies and media that opposites do attract to each other. Breakfast Club was just the first thing to come to mind. Do you know of any examples of opposites attracting that really did happen in real life?
11 December 2012 - 03:48 PMI know you have been around the forums for a little while, but nevertheless it is wonderful to see you here on the forums.
By your profile picture I can also tell you are also a FLCL fan which I can I always appreciate
11 December 2012 - 03:44 PM
falconboy99 said:Have you ever started off not liking a person .... then end up falling for them?
Actually it happens a lot more often then most people think. It is like a variation of the "opposites attract effect" that states that people with opposite personalities end up being attracted to each other. If you want examples think of the ending couples of the movie: The Breakfast Club.
Going back to the direct topic of the thread, I believe there is certain amount of time that a person thinks and remembers about a past loved one before they start to have them fade from their direct thought. Normal people do not mourn for prolonged amounts of time, and usually begin to stop thinking about them after about a year. Now in the terms of people who have died they will of course be mourning and remembering for a longer time, sometimes even lasting for the rest of their lives.