Women Who Run with the Wolves - Chapter 12, Marking Territory: The Boundaries of Rage and Forgiveness Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 12, Marking Territory: The Boundaries of Rage and Forgiveness Summary and Analysis

The story in this chapter is about a war veteran and his wife. Apparently, the two were married or at least a couple before the man went off to war. The trouble was that when he came back, he had changed. He showed a number of emotional problems that had impacted his behavior and it was a different man.

The woman loved him just as she always had. She made efforts to show this to him in the usual ways but the changes in his personality kept causing problems. She continued to make efforts to show him affection, being rather patient and persistent with him. His behavior was so odd that she found herself trying things such as bringing him food outdoors where he had...

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