Post 2 of 5: I stood in the same room that Emil met my biological mother. I’ve had a natural curiosity of how Emil began a relationship with such a troubled woman, from a family that he wouldn’t normally socialize with.
Looks can be deceiving, especially when one wants to be so desperately normal. In the many stories I’ve collected about my biological mother, I think of how she didn’t have the tools to accept such a pure and honest devotion. Emil offered no abuse, mental games, addiction and lies.
I think about how we can’t accept or recognize what we haven’t seen or experienced before. This treatment was foreign, and there must have been a catch. Ironically, she was the catch and would carry on learned traits of lying and fragmented relationships.
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