But I can't fix him, can't make him better
And I can't do nothing about this strange weather

But you are invincible
I can't break through your world
'Cause you live in shades of cool
Your heart is unbreakable

 

That is the problem with her - she wants to fix people even when they don't need any help. She subconsciously chooses someone who's vulnerable and weak, so she could mold them into perfection. Without even realizing that some people are perfect the way they already are. Some say that she is narcissistic, that she can't use people like that.  She knows all of that, but she doesn't care. She has to get what she wants. In this case - perfection. 

When her prey finally understands what's going on, they leave. She isn't too sad about it, she'll find somebody new. People come and go all the time, but that constant need for fixing stays with her forever.

 

(It's good to be back here.)

Published by Adeliina Pahapill