dreadedcandiru2 (dreadedcandiru2) wrote,

Liz, the unreliable

trumanf made a great point today. He originally thought that Warren was the one criticizing Elizabeth for never being around when he needed her and not the other way round because it's true. Back when John or Elly were harrumphing that Paul was never "there" for Liz, I should think that Gary or Vivian were saying much the same thing about her. What's more, they're closer to the truth. As soon as a man got too close, Liz usually ran off because she was scared of something she can't put into words. Is it fear of being hurt? Fear of abandonment? Fear of intimacy? The focus of her panic is just too nebulous to put into words. What can be put into words is the result: a distinct lack of concern for or sympathy with the needs of the people around her. She's too skittish to be bothered worrying about the people in her life so if she gets too nervous, she'll bolt.
Tags: liz: whining martyr

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