- Thirty something
- Married to Samantha Felding (10 years.)
- Professional Photographer
- Self – Employed
- Good Sense Of Humour
Dependable Mitchell comes with bucket loads of amiability. A joke accompanies most conversations. His warm smiles are enough to melt any ice.
There’s a wonderful sense of calm surrounding our reliable, likable protagonist.
It’s a welcome change, especially when placed against his highly strung wife, Sam, who spends most of her time organizing things and checking her calendars.
This kind of character synergy would be ideal in any relationship but finding an equitable work/life balance in the Felding home isn’t easy.
Mitchell is completely dedicated to his wife and supports her and her unusual sensitivities. He does his best but it’s not enough. His struggle continues.
History offers a clue to its source.
A celibate relationship blossomed into sexless marriage. Abstinence was meant to be a gift, a promise of devotion that would secure their love forever.
It became used as a weapon instead.
Counselor Tony Brindell is helping the couple work on their marriage. He’s believes that the issues plaguing their life are minor ones. He isn’t aware of the whole truth.
Despite Mitchell’s redeeming qualities, they are of no use to him, Sam or their counsellor. His journey into self discovery requires objectivity.
He must learn to let go.
Happy ever after is calling.
Five Random Victims
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