Problem Child

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February 7th, 2019, 1:43 pm
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HeyItsBrianEllis February 7th, 2019, 1:43 pm
“Resistance is a sign that shows you're going the right way”
― Constance Friday
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MK_Wizard February 7th, 2019, 1:52 pm
Oh boy. I knew something bad happened that brought on the domino effect, I just didn't know how.
Sol February 8th, 2019, 10:56 am
Well, read through the whole thing yesterday. I quite enjoy this comic and I look forward to finding out what happened in some of its mysteries. I love how real the characters all feel. Really hoping Amber will forgive Daisy at some point. She's making the same mistakes that Freya made with her, and isn't giving Daisy a chance to explain or make things right. Daisy's an amazing friend, and I'd hate to see Amber throw that away.

Eh, just going to throw out my thoughts on the other storylines I've been fairly invested in.

Sandra may love to play the victim and refuses to get any help, but what she craves most of all to be able to move past her pain is closure. She just wants to know WHY her parents left her, and WHAT exactly happened to her mom, but even on his death bed, her dad refuses to tell her. But apparently her aunt knows the truth. I don't know why he won't tell her, but I can't imagine what it might be that he'd take it to the grave without giving her the closure that she needs. Even if it's to protect her, by not telling her he's putting her in danger of spiraling out of control. I don't blame her for acting the way she does with her dad one bit.

I'm really curious where the Murdoch plot line is going, and what happened in the past between them.

Scott... man, does he represent the fallacy of pride to a T. He claims he's working to provide his daughter with a future, but his mom was absolutely right when she said that it was more important to be there for your kids in the present to guide them, than to give them a "future" they won't know what to do with. He even lets his daughter stay with someone who he KNOWS is toxic and dangerous for Amber to be around, as a result of him putting his work first before her with the justification that he's doing it for "her future" while ignoring that how she'll turn out as an adult is greatly affected by her childhood and upbringing.

His company has never been about Amber, but his own pride. If it truly was for Amber, he'd have accepted his dad's generous offer. Instead, his company is doomed to fail, but he refuses to accept that. Him not talking to his family for 20 years was all because of pride, and his pride will push everyone away as a result. I hope he comes to realize his mistakes and works to make up for them.

Keep up the good work, I love your comic so far and look forward to reading more!