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My Stepmother's Daughter Is My Ex – Episode 12

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My stepmother’s daughter is my ex?

Community Score: 4.4

Okay, there’s a lot to unpack here, but I think it’s a very The great thing about this ending is that it ends on an open note for more seasons to come, while the main emotional arc more or less circles around. At the start of the episode, Yume and Aquaman are caught between wanting to rip each other’s throats and having a passionate sex in bed. They are in a state of confusion, mourning, desire, and anger because they cannot move on from the relationship because they are forced by external circumstances. Then again, life doesn’t always give you the ideal environment to handle big changes, and sometimes you just need to get the best out of a bad situation. Ironically, being forced together after a breakup is probably one of the healthiest things that can happen to them, because if they stop interacting, there’s a good chance they won’t face those issues that they brought with them relationship, this is where they really need to improve.

The lesson that Dream seems to have learned from her initial breakup is that she Need to reinvent yourself. Instead of being a shy nerd who needs to rely on others, she wants to be an outgoing good person with a group of friends. And Waterman did the opposite and decided to not socialize with anyone at all – after all, you can’t hurt if you’re just looking out for yourself, which, given his unfortunate upbringing, makes it feel like his default is to quit Books because they are much simpler than people. These are two understandable responses, but they are also very selfish responses. You can tell that at no point did these two ask themselves what they had contributed to the relationship and whether they were responsible for the end of the relationship. They spend so much time bitter that they don’t realize that the relationship should be a lesson in their need to improve themselves and how they cope with loneliness.

Dreams are people who really want to be taken care of. In her eyes, the water man was this knight in shining armor who always knew what to do and placed him on this pedestal subconsciously. But as soon as he starts showing emotions that don’t fit that image, she reacts negatively. Now she understood that Mizuto was just a sarcastic, aloof kid who would rather read than talk to his family. He can also be childish, taking big surprises at things he’s not used to. Instead, the Waterman wants someone he can take care of. He wanted a project to distract him, and he was relieved to see Yume as someone who needed him. I think he’s very mature enough to admit to Yume that anyone is technically capable of playing the role he wants. I’m sure he’s happy to finally be the dream, but a lot of the childish charm these two project onto each other ends up doing more harm than good.

So where are they going from here? The main thing I think we can all agree on is that this should be a fresh start for both of them. Their previous relationship has ended and they have learned from the experience, so the two are very different from what they were before. Now unshackled from this burden, they are free to define whatever relationship they want with each other. The main ambiguity is what kind of relationship the two want to have from now on. The kiss can be seen as a sign that they can start their romance again, or as a final farewell gift to their previous relationship. Will they continue to interact as siblings, lovers, or something in between? The show remains open, and while it doesn’t necessarily address the apparent complexities that some of those routes bring, I don’t think it matters. However, just because I can’t predict the future doesn’t mean I can’t cherish what I’m giving now, and what I got from this show is definitely a wonderful surprise. I’m curious what season two will do, but I don’t think it necessarily needs one right now, and maybe I’ll revisit the series when I finally get to another transition point in my life myself. But for now, I’m content to call this show probably my favorite of the season, and if you end up stumbled upon these reviews, I hope you’ll take the risk as I did and discover there’s more to come here than the title suggests. Score:



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