Yes I meant Seiya. He seemed like he had some sort of trauma based control issues and anxiety or something that was fueling his extreme behavior from the get go. Like I thought they were—at the bare minimum, when I first started watching it, possibly making fun of people with anxiety issues or even some people on the spectrum feel the need to be almost compulsive like that about preparedness. So I was concerned about the message it was sending in poking fun at it or presenting the behavior as aberrant without seeking to know the cause. I kept watching because I wanted to know what the real message was going to be since I had hopes that it would be a good one that one shouldn’t judge by your own standards, and should seek understanding, etc.
Ah, I see what you mean now. I honestly didn't see it that way o.o But now that you point it out ..... it does seem a bit insensitive. Then again, often the comedic tropes poke fun at one thing or another. Even in Barakamon, Handa was constantly the center of the joke though he had some psychological stuff to figure out. But it was especially cruel in the series Handa-kun. I couldn't finish reading the manga because of how ridiculous it was and the anime adaption didn't make it any better.
Ah, I haven’t seen or read those. Also, I watched A Whisker Away and enjoyed it. Thanks for rating it and bringing it to my attention! ^_^negatibuhige i meant to add that I wasn’t too fond of the fact that she was only “strong” for the guy she was interested in—it gave me Twilight/Bella vibes in that manner because no one should put all their hopes or focus in a romantic relationship but she did learn to be a more complete person and that’s good though I still wish that they let her understand that there’s a way to live without the validation of others and by being yourself. Like it’s okay not to need everyone. To cut off those who hurt you after a while and to protect yourself but faking emotions isn’t necessarily the answer if you don’t want to do it. There were so many good issues that were brought up in this movie. Fear of rejection, envy, fear of discovery, jealousy, insecurities... it’s like it needs its own discussion.