|Reviews for Loving Them|
| AlexandraaCullen chapter 10 . 11/9
I just started reading this earlier and I wonder why Bella isn’t in therapy? I feel like her going through life’s challenges and changes of navigating a new relationship and finding out that her alters have been renting an apartment for two years without her knowledge is something that therapy could help Bella with immensely. I don’t know much about this disorder but I think anyone with any mental illness struggles at all, of any kind, and going through big changes like these, would benefit from therapy. Of course Bella with always have her alters but I feel it’s important she has a strong support system with therapist and doctors but we haven’t seen any of that yet
| Itzrenaynay chapter 28 . 9/15
Bella should see that video
| Itzrenaynay chapter 17 . 9/15
Like it’s super cute that he took Tanya now but like he can’t have sex with her that’s gross she’s a teenager
| Itzrenaynay chapter 16 . 9/15
Oh so the girl is not Emma
| Itzrenaynay chapter 15 . 9/15
Was that supposed to be Emma
| Itzrenaynay chapter 11 . 9/15
Omg Alice kills me… and I wonder if he can actually threaten Rosalie so much that she just accepts him
| Itzrenaynay chapter 5 . 9/15
Personally I like Rosalie… she protective. Just because she doesn’t trust people doesn’t mean she’s a bitch. Definitely crazy and over the top but she gets shit done
| Itzrenaynay chapter 2 . 9/15
I mean she’s probably live with these personalities for a while now so she doesn’t want to disclose that she isn’t herself to people
| Itzrenaynay chapter 1 . 9/15
I started this because The description reminds me of the United States of Tara and I can’t wait to continue
| ShiverBunny chapter 33 . 9/1
I didn't think I was going to like this, for the sole reason that I can't imagine Edward loving anyone other than Bella. But I'm so glad I took a chance and read this story. It was so well-written and although I personally don't suffer from DID, it seems very realistic and it was very informative. Bella may have had different personalities, but at the root, it was always her. Also amazing character development for EVERYONE. Such dynamic and round characters, I was able to relate to them all in some sort of way. I really loved Tanya, and I was kind of sad to see her "go", but I'm so happy that Bella, Rosalie, Tanya, Alice and Bree can all live and love as one now. A great ending to a wonderful story :)
| bellaswanscactus chapter 33 . 2/23
loved it. cried a lot. thank you for making this happen. this is an amazing story and i learnt a lot about did from this fic. you have a talent.
| mitzywan chapter 33 . 2/23
I've heard of DID before and I've always been curious about it and I thought that this story might help me understand it a little bit more. When I read the plot I was immediately intrigued but as I continued to read I instantly became hooked by this. I admire the way you wrote Bella and her alters especially how you highlighted the way they differ from one another because it is fascinating to read it from a reader's perspective. I love how each alter has a significant role to play in protecting Bella in every way possible, even though sometimes it's to a fault, but it's refreshing to see how realizations were made later in the story that made Rosalie realize that protecting Bella is important but also letting her live her life is important as well.
I loved the development of Edward's relationship with Bella and her alters and how it seemed like it was all meant to be, like Edward is truly the only one who can see Bella for who she is and truly love her for it. One thing that kind of shocked me (but I kinda see it coming as well) in the most pleasing way is how Edward and Rosalie's relationship developed because they went from absolutely despising each other to accepting their deepest desires and falling in love with other. I think it was important for Edward to create a healthy relationship with Bella's alters because they are also a part of her being.
Their relationship was definitely not an easy ride and there were moments that almost everything is going to fall part. What they had was imperfect, but their situation was something that requires them to mold it into something that would work for them and make it uniquely theirs— and it was beautiful to witness their relationship grow. The ending with Bella, Rosalie, Alice, Bree, and Tanya finally living harmoniously together is such a beautiful turn for Bella's life. This story is unique and insightful, and it definitely made me open my mind about DID and I'm forever grateful for it. Kudos to you for writing such a powerful story! Sending my love xo
| Sofphs chapter 2 . 2/19
She is like ten parties in a minute.
| Renee Aubin chapter 33 . 12/21/2020
I very much enjoyed this story. I've always been fascinated by DID, the first one I remember reading was "When Rabbit Howls" by Trudy something or other. The author did a series of interviews connected with the book too. Absolutely harrowing. You had such an interesting idea, that someone (who looks like Rob, no less!) falls in love with the "root" person but comes to love all the alters as well. Another intriguing thing is that Bella chose to let Rosalie hold the detailed experiences of what actually happened to them, saving Bella from having to relive them too closely. The evolution of Edward was quite interesting, too.
I especially had to comment on the delightful dialog in the last few chapters. Fun and snappy, but also marvelously insightful.
Great job - thanks for sharing your story.
| cullensrule chapter 33 . 12/1/2020
Thank you for your story. I thought it was very informative about DID. I enjoyed watching Bella and all her alters fall in love with Edward. I really wanted Edward and Rosalie to make it and was kind of sad that Bella came back in the end. Once she was back she was a totally different person and I didn't miss Rosalie as much.