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|Renee Dimera||Mar 1 2013, 11:54 AM|
ITA. I've worked with college students for more than 20 years, and their maturity runs the gamut. Will and Sonny are living at two entirely different places in terms of their maturity. Will is a product of his unfortunate childhood, in which he was manipulated by his mother and pulled incessantly between she and his father. Sonny had a positive upbringing and is in a much more solid emotional state. I think that actually makes them a viable couple. Sonny wants to help Will become his own man.
I believe it's realistic that both Will and Sonny behave the way they do.
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