pushing people away
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Rowena wants Reader to leave because she thinks she isn't worth it after all that's happened to her. Reader disagrees.
Joel, a middle aged guy who is a smuggler, is given a job along with his close colleague Tess, by the Leader of the fireflies to deliver immune twins, Ellie and Leo. What happens along their journey?
Prosecutor Namjoon takes on one of his hardest cases in his whole career but the defense happens to be someone who used to be important to him but this case brings more troubles than any other case in his whole life. Namjoon knows for a fact it will be hard but after meeting the victims once, he knows that he will help them get some redemption by putting their foster parents in prison for what they did.
The case itself contains Child Abuse/Neglect, Forced Underage Prostitution, Drug Handling/Selling so please read at your own discretion
Matthew tries to push you away when things get too serious between you two, but you aren’t having it.
Trigger Warning: Depressing thoughts, mentions of self harm.
I will put individual warnings where necessary.
The sides hadn't been spending much time together recently, only Logan and Patton were spending much time together outside of their respective rooms.
Roman...Roman just wasn't feeling his usual glittery self, and he didn't know why; well, he did but he wouldn't tell anyone that.
And Virgil, well, he barely came out of his room anyway, but this, this was unusual.
The whole mindscape was off, and while Virgil was usually the one to get the blame, the sides knew that wasn't it. It wasn't all him...someone else was feeling worse than Virgil...how was that possible?
And who was it?
This is how I wanted the “Drunk Luther” scene to go.
Remy, aka Sleep, really hates his job. Every time he can't make Thomas catch some Zs, he's the villain. Even when literally all the other Sides are working against him.
Virgil has his anxiety attacks, and it takes Remy hours to calm him down.
Logan has friends, work, and sleep--guess which one he decides is unnecessary?
Patton's usually good with this stuff, but sometimes even the Pop gets upset.
Roman has those stupid creative binges, and he's the absolute worst when he's tired.
And Deceit? Well, if Deceit can't sleep, no one can.
Remy's only helping them out for his job, of course. He doesn't actually care about their stupid emotional problems. And there's no way they'd care about him, anyway.
Or: Five times Remy helped the Sides sleep and one time they returned the favor.
Fandoms: The Avengers (Marvel) - All Media Types, Marvel, Iron Man (Movies), Spider-Man - All Media Types
26 Mar 2020
“He has bad dreams,” Natasha told him, finishing her bottle of water. “PTSD stuff, from when he was kidnapped that first time.”
“Waterboarded, tortured. I’ve read the file Hydra had on him, too.” Bucky told him, untying his shoes to head for the showers. “It’s really bad.”
“He was just a civilian back then. And even after that…” The Widow grimaced. “He hasn’t led the easiest life, Peter. Creating weapons to see the destruction they waged, before that his father’s negligence and drinking, his own drinking and drugs problem.” She listed. “He walks a thin line every day.”
“Honestly, he’s the strongest of us all.” Bucky put his hand on Peter’s shoulder comfortingly. “He’ll be fine. Just give him a little space.”
Peter nodded, but something inside him still nagged him that it was wrong. That wasn’t the path.
And when it came to Tony, Peter had learned to trust his instincts more than other people’s words. After all, they had all failed him, one way or the other.
- Part 2 of Songs That Won't Let Go