She told him he was a good man.
And she believed it- through and through.
No matter what he was…is capable of- she was the evil one in this situation. She was under no delusion of that. She just can’t seem to separate herself from the anger, the bitterness; and knowing this has set her blood aflame- do you know what it’s like to have liquid fire running through your veins- not a good feeling.
And she knows that she is perfectly ridiculous.
That reparations happen; that people grow up and move on.
But she can’t seem to get over herself, and his lies.
Oh, yes, she is the evil one of the two in this equation.
And she hopes, for both of their sakes, that she can gain control over her emotions soon.