MM: Scott Whitman

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Date of Birth: 11-21-1972 (46 years old)
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Bio: My name is Scott and I met Aimee in 1997. We lived in a small town where everyone knows everyone. She was in High School and I was in College but we just seemed to have a connection.

She was dealing with the divorce from her parents and had a stepfather that grounded her every time she made a phone call or snuck out of the house to see me. There was so much family drama back then when you had to call the land line or go to a computer lab to communicate. Aimee and I moved in together after Stephanie moved out, so I wasn't really welcomed into the family until we got married.

We adopted a Golden Retriever and built a house. The typical midwestern life. Aimee never expressed interest in having kids. I did, because it was expected, but I knew I'd be the responsible one. She just didn't have it in her.

We worked and hung out with friends and neighbors, but most of the time we spent our weekends doing our own thing. I'd go to the games with my friends and she'd work on her business or go to concerts with Christine. It was hard not having much of a social life together. Alone we were fine. We rarely argued and just seemed to have the right balance.

Her intimacy issues were always a result of how she grew up with parents that divorced and had affairs. It was impossible for her to trust anyone, let alone want to feel loved. Giving love, yeah, that has never happened because I'm not sure she understands what love is.

When you've been together for 22 years, love is just something that's always there. You understand how everything works. The creative crazy makes her life exciting but the stability of our marriage makes like manageable.

Her relationships with her family have always been strained and I've taken on the burden of shielding her from responsibilities as a daughter. Our relationship with Stephanie went from death to her being our life's counselor. Maybe it's because Steph and I can relate to not being able to get what we need from Aimee.

The years with Christine were hard. It was defiantly a love triangle. The two of them lived in their own little world but I always felt like she turned to Christine every time she needed her. Sometimes we all went to shows, but the two of them really needed to be alone. I didn't know Mark and I couldn't possibly understand what it feels like to lose a child. I know my wife needed to be there after his death, but what was my role supposed to be? I felt like Christine just wanted Aimee to herself.

Life in LA got started off on a bad note thanks to Christine. Aimee made the decision to cut all ties off with her, but it wasn't easy. Then we met James. I really don't think any of us knew what we were getting into. We came here to get her business started. She was finally able to follower her own dreams and she gave half of it to James. She had no idea James was going to pull her into the exact same thing Christine did, and I'm sure James had no idea what Aimee was hiding behind her ambition. Hell, I didn't even understand, even thoughI knew everything she's lived though since 17.

At first we were all hanging out at the music club and Jame's girlfriend was around too. Then they just started doing their own thing. I know Aimee's career goals aligned perfectly with his career but this business partnership between them wasn't like anything else. It was like what happened with Christine was now being repeated with James.

Aimee told me everything. I really don't think she ever understood what was going on either. We'd take our usual Saturday morning walk on Venice Beach where I'd hear every detail of Modern Material. This "thing" now had a new owner and it wasn't my responsibility.

I never lost trust in her, but it was hard seeing what they were creating. There was so much potential for money that I think we all hung in there for that reason. Her business was all Aimee cared about. We'd invested our entire lives into Modern Material and now James had control of half of it. They were supposed to start something new but it manifested into what she build with Christine. I don't think she was ever able to get past what it was meant to be emotionally.

I'm still not even sure what happened between them. James wanted me to help him but I don't think he understood her well enough to make the right decisions.. She didn't want to be friends with anyone this time around. It was supposed to be our time to be free from the past, but the past kept coming back to haunt us.

Aimee has tried everything but it was never about business to her. We invested everything into nothing. She's had opportunities that could have made us a fortune, but she kept sabotaging them. We all need to make a living, but her life meant something more to her.

She just does not have the ability to show people how she feels. Is that because of her parents? Did she marry too young? Were there too many people who needed her to be someone she wasn't? I'm not sure, but the story just keeps repeating, over and over.

So what do I do? Continue this chaos that she thrives in? She's never going to stop trying to win the race, but who does she want on her team? People who support and contribute to her goals or people who need her love and attention on their lives?

I don't know but maybe you can help me understand more....
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