And I'm back with Emma and George. Yay! After spending an excruciating but fantastic week studying at a residential school near Cambridge, instead of catching up with school work I decided to seat down and write.
I hope you like it, otherwise I will be crushed. I decided to do a second part, although initially I thought that I wanted to leave the story with an open ending. We'll see. I might find whatever I write here rubbish, who knows?
Thanks for finding the time to read.
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“Tell me more about yourself and your relationship.” Dr. Jameson looked between me and George expectantly.
I sighed deeply to try and calm myself down. I knew we needed this in order to rebuild at least our friendship and the trust I didn’t have any more in him, but it was hard. I had never ever sat down and told my problems to a psychologist before, hence my nervousness.
“We’ve known each other for as long as I can remember.” George intervened.
“We were married to each other. We have 2 children and live together.”
“Interesting.” Dr. Jameson said whilst writing everything down. “Are you here as a couple?” he stared at us calmly and observed attentively.
I shift my gaze to George who was nervous and anxious about my answer.
“No.” I stated. “We’re not a couple. I just want to repair our broken friendship.”
I hope you enjoyed it. Let me know what you think.