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Here we see that Sean is no better at understanding how Mar's feeling than Will is. It's almost as if he doesn't care - he's decided what she needs, because it fits a story in his head. It's a story that causes him great unhappiness too, though he doesn't know it. If she'd just follow along everything would be fine, right? No? Well, she's obviously a fucked up person who needs help, then (and maybe he can help her!). I'm not pretending I haven't been on either side of this. The kindest thing Mar can do for Sean is set boundaries, and here she's so wounded she barely musters the strength to do it.