|Reviews for The Pain of Caring|
| katie131925 chapter 1 . 4/10
That was really great. Very well written :)
| Minecraft Guardiansaiyan chapter 1 . 11/13/2013
...is this from experience? Cause its the same for me...
Thanks for writing it...
| flameofdarkness0318 chapter 1 . 3/27/2013
Type your review here...
| vivavampires chapter 1 . 11/12/2009
I noticed that you haven't written anything in a very long time I am sure this now finds you in college. I only want to say that I hope you stick with writing you are a natural talent. I enjoy the exploration of Wilson's psyche tremendously.
| micetea chapter 1 . 5/1/2009
Poor Wilson"( He needs hugs and a long vacation from everything House related. Poor man but great story!
| Miyth chapter 1 . 1/15/2008
Wow, so far there have been some absolutely amazing writers in the House M.D. fanfiction section, and you're one of them! That was just chilling, I wanted to cry. I have never felt the same was Wilson has in this fic, but while reading it, I knew EXACTLY what he meant. Truly powerful.
People don't understand why I, such a happy person, love to write and read angst, but this fic is a great example. Angst brings along a deep and powerful feeling that is so hard to grasp with another genre.
Truly beautiful. Bravo!
| St-Jimmy1669 chapter 1 . 6/10/2007
Excellent excellent excellent... it may take me some time to regain the use of my brain cells after reading this.
You've written it so amazingly well, and captured the ideas perfectly.
Also, having read other reviews, I agree wholeheartedly with epithelial. I've also had some experience of suicide, and reckon it's actually a good thing to be unafraid to write about it. We live in a world of taboos, and there are alwyas going to be people who want to bury their heads in the sand about them(meaning no disprespect to anybody), but taboos never do anybody any good, really.
So well done for writing this (and provoking such a response!) It's incredibly well-written.
| Epithelial chapter 1 . 9/7/2006
I read this and then i read your reviews- and that was the thing that really made me want to give my two cents. To Buzzkill Bunny- of course it's going to seem romantic and unreal and hurtfull to you. Suicide *is* real and it will never stop baring it's ugly face at you, especially after what your cousin supposedly did. But the majority of people will never expiriance hurt like that. You can't expect the rest of humaity to understand what you went through, and while it's fine that you'll 'draw a line in the sand' about the topic of suicide in fan fiction, you can't go out and say 'Using it in a fanfic is disgusting. No one who's ever attempted suicide would advocate a story like this' because people go through teen angst. People hurt, people cry, and people will try to take their own lives. As a person amoung many who HAS attempted it, I refuse to take the subject lightly. I will never be able to laugh about what I did, but I've accepted it. I will not go through and tell people who have written good, deserving fan fictions that make no attempt, in any shape or form, to make light of the situation.
What I did changed me. I survived, grew emotionally, and don't see myself trying it again in the furture. I can sympathyze with your hurt and anger. But you need to remember that it's a fan fiction. People write for their own entertainment and for the entertainment of others. If you didn't like the subject in which this person was treading upon, then you had no right no go and tear it down, especially baised on your own personal history. And there was a warning- something that shouldn't be ignored. I don't like Mpreg. I think that it's a stupid, idiotic thing and if I had a chance, I would make people stop writing it. But I don't go through and flame every single one that I see. I can see it stopping no one.
I'm sorry that you were hurt by this fiction. Suicide will never be one of my favourite things in the world, but I know that it's there, it's real, and I will probably have to deal with it in one form or another sometime in my life. I'm not going to hide from it, and it seems that that was all that you were doing.
| Z33 chapter 1 . 1/27/2006
It's nice to know that there are other shadows out in the world and that I'm not the only one who sees how one sided a relationship can be.
| wolflover7 chapter 1 . 12/28/2005
like wow... that is so freakin awesome! there r not words to describe my amazment in this... if u write this stuff continuously u have just found ur newest fan! ur a fav!
| SleepingChaos chapter 1 . 12/21/2005
That's so sad... poor Wilson. It's true- the shadow deserves sympathy too.
| Arabelle Thorne chapter 1 . 12/19/2005
I can't put into words how awesome that was to read.
| BlackRavenCirce chapter 1 . 10/1/2005
I believe you when you said you understand what you where writing about. This was very powerful and not 'romantic' in the slightest, it simple portrayed a truth about the 'suportive friend role' and how soul destroying it can be when 'friend's' abuse that bond. I suspect personnal demons where confronted here, thank you for sharing with us.
| parkermonster chapter 1 . 9/22/2005
I thought the emotions in your story were very real. Unfortunately I know something about the topic of suicide, too. Of course it isn't *romantic*. It's nasty and painful business. What I liked in your story was the realism of the reactions to Wilson's attempt. It's true - everyone (who can get away with it) tries to ignore and pretend that nothing truly bad happened. Dealing with it is just too hard for most people. It's easier to pretend that it didn't happen - that way they can avoid getting into all those nasty feelings.
This would have been much more of a plot device if House had immediately understood how Wilson felt and tried to do something about it. Way OOC, IMHO.
| Anon chapter 1 . 9/21/2005
Ignore Buzzkill Bunny- She says that she has had experience with suicide in her family, however she has previously said she worked as a dominatrix so...
A couple of years ago i nearly did exactly the same thing- i took a bottle of cocodamol out of the cabinet and just sat there with the pills in my hand. I couldnt do it, but the way you have portrayed Wilson in this story is exactly how i felt. Always being there to support a friend who didnt know me at all. You have it spot on.