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Sep 21 2012, 07:07 PM
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- July 11, 2012
I believe EJ did blame himself and layed the it out just the way you did for Nicole.
- Sep 21 2012, 04:50 PM
- Sep 21 2012, 02:01 PM
- Sep 21 2012, 02:10 AM
I agree with concerned that there were other things leading up to Sami and Rafe's break-up, not just the griefsex. Sami is not entirely to blame. Rafe did emotionally cheat on Sami with her sister, Carrie, and kissed her before Johnny went missing. Even before he found out that EJ and Sami had sex, he was still "fighting" his attraction for Carrie.
The operative phrase is he was fighting it.They were having problems before the griefsex but Rafe is shown as a person willing to talk about and work on their problems before and after the griefsex while Sami is shown to alternately push for the recommitment ceremony while hiding the griefsex and push Rafe away.I am not claiming Sami and Rafe did not have significant problems,I am just saying I believe they would have tried to work on the problems had it not been for the griefsex with EJ which is why I don't have a problem with Sami accepting a significant portion of the blame for the break up and attempting to make it right.In fact this has been the most mature behavior from Sami I have seen in a long time.
I just tend to think if it hadn't of been EJ it would have been someone/something else.
It annoys me when they blame EJ.
And I think blaming EJ for breaking up Safe's marriage by setting up John for pension fraud which led to another unrelated party firing a gun that scared johnny into hiding under a table where noone on the SPD was able to find him which led Sami to turn up on his door step is a particularly long bow. I don't see that as a foreseeable outcome that he should be blamed for.
There are reasons to be pissed at EJ about the pension fund fraud but if Sami turns it into all about her and blames him for ending love's dream that is Safe it will do my head in. It was still her decision to end up at his doorstep.