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I'm really liking this whole premise. Kurt introduction was interesting I was really expecting him to be a fellow patient. Can't wait to see where you take this.

I'm intrigued. I like your view on Blaine's thoughts and depression, and also I'm surprised that Kurt isn't a patient. I'm looking for more.

This is intriguing, to say the least. I like the realistic way you've delved into Blaine's thoughts and I wonder how Kurt would be able to make a difference in those depressive thoughts (even though from the prologue it seems there is a limit to what Kurt can do too). Great job so far, can't wait to read the next chapter!

I'm very intrigued by this. I can relate to Blaine quite a bit, sadly. And I, too, am surprised Kurt's not a patient, but I'm glad. Not sure I could handle reading about both the boys being depressed enough to want to die. I am confused as to how Blaine even stumbled across Kurt. Perhaps it's just my experience with psychiatric hospitals, but we weren't allowed off the floor until we were released, except for supervised visits to an outdoor garden. I think I would have enjoyed being at the hospital Blaine's at more. ;) Much more freedom.

the only thing i can think of is if they were making guided visits to a cafeteria (which i have seen at smaller strictly behavioral health facilities).

Man, that would have been nice. :) (sorry for the late reply)

Wow is this really fantastic already. Your writing is amazing ♥ Blaine seems so broken. Can't wait for more encounters with Kurt.

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