So Kurt does say that he needs to be “mindful of” Blaine and not let his own confidence erode his fiancé's. My question is, in what way does he think he is doing this? What does “being mindful of” Blaine entail to him, what is he doing to prevent Blaine's erosion of confidence?
And what does he mean when he asks Blaine to “be honest” when he’s going through something like this? From where I’m sitting, Blaine was never dishonest; he didn’t, in fact, get to say anything about what the meaning of his behavior was until the end of the episode.
I’m so glad that Kurt is realizing that it’s on him to do something about the way things are going, too. I just don’t quite get any follow-through to that thought, yet. I think part of the fuzziness here is that he’s still unable to recognize the ways in which he hasn’t been (able to be?) mindful of Blaine in the past, so there’s nothing concrete he knows to address.
Can anyone with Kurtvision help me with this?
Hey, so I have some thoughts that may or may not be helpful to you, because you know I have Kurtvision like…often.
I’ve seen the responses to my post, but don’t think I’ll publish because that would lead me down a rabbit hole discussing things I’m not sure I want to. I really appreciate all the responses, though, thank you.
Making plans for an evening in London with various of my favourite people tomorrow which should be lovely, then I’m down to the seaside to visit my mother and her mother who is staying with her. So I may not be online much the next three days, but know me I will be some. Please inbox me anything exciting!
I am sort of in a terrible place with my thinking about Tested and Klaine still. Because my ideas on how exactly both are thinking is spectacularly set, but incredibly hard to articulate. And tied to my own issues. So I keep reading perfectly reasonable posts and going “No no no you’re wrong” which would be an entirely unhelpful response to anything.
Under the cut for me talking about the crash diet in a rather disjointed way.