It's quite clear that she called her ex-boyfriend, to try to patch things up between them. The first chapter kind of shows that the break up is more her fault than his, and I guess Mizuho/Ena's problems made her realise that relationships are more complicated than she first thought.
Aside from that, I really liked this manga. It felt more like adult relationship problems, solved in a realistic way. I appreciated the whole "love is not enough to make relationships work" part as well. And while this was cut short, it pretty much told the story it wanted to tell. In fact, it felt more like a one-shot that lasted 6 chapters than a series.
However, I still don't get the "she either loves me or hates me" dichotomy (which is also used by a lot of other stories). I mean, hatred is a pretty violent sentiment, and you don't need to "hate" someone to break up with them. For the japanese speakers here, has the original expression some nuance or alternate meaning that doesn't translate well in english?
I felt for the guy, I don't think losing a phone strap warrants such violence. I mean she swung that school bag with strong force, if heavy books were in it... It could of been a potentially very dangerous blow.
But yeah, her outburst must of felt so petty after what she witnessed between her sister and her lover.
I agree with the whole love or hate me, it didn't really make sense.
"The opposite of love is not hate, it's indifference." - Eli Wiesel
The quote pretty much sums it up, she believed her lover didn't care at all because she wouldn't object to her running away nor said anything when she'd come back.
Props and best wishes to the main couple! They're damn cute!
I also hope that Kana and her ex-boyfriend to have a future WITHOUT each other ^_^
Heh heh no um disregard that last part
I'll leave now
I'd rather her get a new guy instead of her old one actually, a girl would be nice but not really realistic. That's just me though
I also hope that, for his sake. I know that if a person would treat me like she did, I would want to discard that person out of my life. He should make the right choice.