- May 2 2013, 06:53 PM
- May 2 2013, 02:57 PM
- May 2 2013, 02:10 PM
Dante is acting like Starvos Cassadine around Lulu
overall this episode was pretty :sleep: :sleep:
Cause trying to get your wife to remember is equal to freezing a person.
I was talking about Starvos getting Lulu to conform to Laura 2.0.
At least Milo was the one person Lulu could trust and didn't take advantage of her.
I don't see any similarity between Dante and Starvros Cassadine. Dante isn't trying to make Lulu conform to his desires, or take advantage he's a husband
that misses his wife, he wants her at home with him although she has amnesia.
Dante should back off, but, this whole hot azz mess has hit him like a ton of bricks. And, Lulu's cold indifferent attitude isn't making the situation any easier
to deal with. Instead of at least trying to reconnect with him and gradually regain her memory, she rather live at a stranger's home who she trusts than
be with Dante. Milo hasn't taken advantage of her, but he definately needs to leave Lulu alone, although she wants to be with him.
- May 2 2013, 07:43 PM
Omg.. Dante compared to Starvos crazy ass? They are not alike in any way IMO
Let me break it down, Starvos put Lulu under some extensive brainwashing in where it erased her memories of her marriage and her family from her mind. That a significant trauma inflicted on someone. Lulu was brainwashed to be Laura 2.0 by a strange man. Now she feels like Dante is doing the same thing to her because she cannot distinguish the true memories from the false memories. Lulu is only doing what any other person would do who had a traumatic event in her life, she using her defense mechanisms(flight or fight response). The more Dante pushes, the more she will fight him, just like she did with Starvos.
Lulu needs to be in a non-threatening place where she can open up about her feelings on what happened to her on Cassadine Island and full psychiatric examination.