‘Fucked up body’ is Charlie’s own insecurities showing through here, in no way is her body fucked up and I hope that’s clear.
‘Love isn’t going to fix me’ is in many ways the moral of Jamie’s story. I just got so tired of reading stories where someone with crushing mental health problems gets magically better through the power of LOVES, or more commonly, the power of genitals smacking into each other.
Yes, having a partner can be an asset, but only if they understand that you don’t need someone to fix you, you just want someone by your side as you learn to fix yourself.
And always, thank you for reading.