Anonymous asked: People can barely break habits that they have only been dealing with for a little while. So how the hell is Dean supposed to break the habit of over 30 years of 'watch over Sammy' overnight? Sam is being unrealistic and should just scream at Dean or beat him up physically, it would probably hurt Dean a lot less than what he's doing now. Maybe a piece of Crowley got left behind too.
So because its hard for Dean he doesn’t have to try? That because he has done something wrong for BOTH brothers for 30 years he is under no obligation to change? That is unfair. Sam is just as much a victim of John Winchester’s edict as Dean is. But Sam is trying and he wants Dean to try too. Sam wants Dean to do the hard thing but the right thing for both him and Dean.
Sam is not being selfish, he is trying to get Dean to see (the only way he can, neither of these men are emotionally “healthy” adults) that they need to examine their lives, to continue denying Sam’s REPEATED request for free will is harming both brothers.
I’m going on a school geology trip to Spain on Thursday and will be gone until the following Saturday, which is fucking amazing but all I can think about is how I’m going to miss an episode of Supernatural.
Wtf is wrong with me? #firstworldproblems
SPN ENDGAME: CAS AS HEAVEN’S NEW KING
#I HOPE THIS IS WHAT UR PLANNING#AND THAT CAS DOESN’T WANT THE TITLE AND IN FACT REFUSES IT#BUT HE’S SO BELOVED BY HIS ANGEL KIN BY THE END OF THE SERIES#THAT EVEN WHEN HE TURNS IT DOWN THEY //STILL// CALL HIM THEIR KING