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mostly-jensen:

Dean’s response to learning that the sheriff’s husband left her because of her weight kills me. If anyone can empathize with feeling worthless after being abandoned, it’s Dean Winchester.
And honestly, the way he feels for other people just astounds me. Anyone else made to endure everything he’s been through would have emotionally shut off a long time ago and wouldn’t care about themselves, and especially not about anyone else. Dean is shut off in so many ways, but when poor treatment causes someone to believe that they are worth less because of it, he feels it, too.

mostly-jensen:

Dean’s response to learning that the sheriff’s husband left her because of her weight kills me. If anyone can empathize with feeling worthless after being abandoned, it’s Dean Winchester.

And honestly, the way he feels for other people just astounds me. Anyone else made to endure everything he’s been through would have emotionally shut off a long time ago and wouldn’t care about themselves, and especially not about anyone else. Dean is shut off in so many ways, but when poor treatment causes someone to believe that they are worth less because of it, he feels it, too.

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