I knew a girl in high school whose boyfriend died from driving while drunk. They weren't really that close, and right before he died, her best friend told me she was going to break up with him. After his death, he became (like you said) a core part of her identity. She would do memorials every year for like 10 years, she got really involved with his family, involved in DUI classes and prevention, and even got a full back tattoo in remembrance of him. I'm remember years later sitting around in her living room while I was home on leave, and she said something like 'he'll always be the love of my life, no man, not even my husband, will come before him'.
This was my first bout of oneitis since learning about TRP 5 years ago. In a way, I see it as a test that I failed. The one benefit is it showed me where I was weak.
The eventual right-wing backlash is going to be glorious and well-deserved.
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