Control

“I stopped saying I want to but I can’t,” she said. “Now I say I can but do I want to?

“What’s the answer,” he asked.

“Surprisingly more often than not it’s no,” she said. “And even when it’s not, it gives me the illusion of control which more often than not is enough is all I need.”

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