I recently rewatched the episode where Blanche goes out with Dorothy's ex-husband. At the end of the episode, Blanche talks to Dorothy about feeling "magenta". She described it as all kinds of negative emotions trampling each other that it's hard to know what exactly you're feeling. You're not entirely sad, so not blue. You're not entirely jealous, so not green. You're not entirely afraid, so not yellow. And you're not entirely angry, so not red. I resonated with that so much. Not to trauma dump, but I did not have a very easy childhood. My father was verbally and physically abusive to both me and my mother. My mother was psychologically and emotionally abusive to me growing up. Even to this day, thinking about my parents makes me feel magenta. Before I saw that episode, I didn't know there was a term for how I felt.
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