|Reviews for Break Like It's Even|
| Justin Is TheSun chapter 1 . 4/23/2012
Awwwwww! If you don't mind, I have a fanfic request for you. :-)
| D.H. L'Orange chapter 1 . 12/6/2011
| Char-chan chapter 1 . 9/16/2011
awww :( that was actually really sad.. but nicely written! great job!
| Yue-Ryo chapter 1 . 6/22/2011
I really never imagined something like this, but you wrote it very well and got appoint both a really good story as well as message. Keep up the good writing
| Alluring Alliteration chapter 1 . 5/23/2011
Well, I'm always glad to see anyone write for this fandom, because we really don't get enough fics here. Also, I think you did an excellent job of portraying this condition, as well as changing it to fit the character. Great work!
| AYMK00 chapter 1 . 5/21/2011
Aw aw aw. This was absolutely precious, and the interactions between Teddy and Billy seemed so perfect. I found bulimia to suit Teddy quite well too; It surprised me!
Until recently, a friend of mine suffered from bulimia and her state of mind was rather worrying; she was so ashamed of her own appearance despite how absolutely gorgeous every one of us saw her, and it didn't matter what everyone else told her when she had already engrained into her mind that she wasn't good enough.
Having always looked at this through a friend's point of view, it felt surreal to read the circumstances from a victim's (Teddy's) perspective; understanding the conflicting emotions that tried to deny but accept his condition at once. The raw emotions Teddy felt were disheartening, and the hesitation he felt induced feelings of sympathy from me which was later shared through Billy's worry. But, in the end, Billy's acceptance touched both Teddy and I, and Teddy's reaction was very.. very /cute/.
"Thank you." He whispered in his ear.
Aw aw awwww; I couldn't stop cooing.
This story was just so heart-warming, and I will always remember it
| TimeWitch'93 chapter 1 . 5/17/2011
O.o wow. Finally a little insight into Teddys life with Greg. Hate that guy. And bullimia wow. Great job. Very well written.