The Dark Knight wrote:Hummm, it would appear you have never been in a military combat briefing room. Where the psychology of mankind is more than just academic but rather life and death. I assure you the ultimate form of control of a situation has always been the ability to destroy XYZ . The courses I took had a very particular point of view on psychology as you might well understand. History is replete with these events like Gettysburg, Stalingrad and Waterloo. It may seem extreme to you but it is how things are. Check out “Dangerous Liaisons” if you would like to see it played out in a relationship setting.
You are so right on these xomments we do see Edward in the way that he was and not some horrible monster (that should get them going)
I can't see how people are dwelling on his leaving so much, I think it was a well thought out process maybe not the popular one but, the correct one. He in every way possible wanted Bella to live and that meant he had to leave he would. You can't please everyone. If he stayed they would have said he should have gone.
As far as changing Bella, Edward was more than willing to be with her till she died a normal human death.
It was Bella who chose to become a vampire against what Edward wanted.
Again, Edward wanted to marry Bella. he wanted her to go to callege. He wanted to make sure
that she would not regret her decision on becoming a vampire. That was a sign of love.
If Edward wqs as selfish as some of you are saying he would have turned her\ and would have cared less if she was 100 percent sure of what she wanted.
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