- Publish Date
- Friday, 9 March 2018, 11:07AM
The flatting relationship is seeded in commerce and is vulnerable to the ebbs and flows of fear and greed. A relationship built on such premises is volatile by its very nature. In the end it can be easier to emotionally avoid the other.
However, living with such avoidance leads to ambiguity and a cluster of bad assumptions. These assumptions can build to a point where they must be expelled from the mind back into the very world that created them - a world that has become so toxic it can only be cleansed with the truth.
In Episode 14, 'The Break Up', Lee Firth confronts his flatmate Alan about the friendship Alan never agreed to. Repression leads to aggression.
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