“What’s the difference between codependency and love?”
“When you don’t have to ask me that, then you’ll know what the difference is.” – William Henderson
They say that truth is stranger than fiction. Well, sometimes truth isn’t so much strange as it is… heartbreaking.
William Henderson’s Second Person, Possessive is a story of addiction. It is the true story of a husband and a father who finally found the courage to come to terms with his sexuality only to trade one form of denial for another. It’s not so much a story of coming out of the closet as it is a story of acknowledging the closet is there and then hiding it behind a curtain of evasion and half-truths and lies by omission. Ultimately, however, this is a story of one man’s struggle to fight personal demons, and is Will’s story of survival.