He is broken in three ways, sometimes four. I count them.
* He believes himself to be human, but is not actually. At least not anymore. This is similar to the way he believes himself to be alive.
* He has a grim affinity for drugs. This comes with no caveat and no parentheses. This is just a fact of life.
* He is doggedly unhappy and once decided to kill himself. Sadly, he has not really stopped.
* On certain occasions when these first three things have ceased to be bad enough, he loves me. The other sins are commonplace, forgivable under a big enough umbrella. This fourth is irrevocable. Unconscionable. In a word, it is utterly damning. Brenna Yavanoff
An intelligent person can rationalize anything,
a wise person doesn’t try.