When Jennifer's husband turns malicious against her, how does she manage to cope with the guilt of her planned escape route out of her marriage?
Jennifer was brought up by strict catholic parents as a child and was often accused of sin for her actions. She learnt to defend her ego by using mechanisms to not feel guilty of what she did. Jennifer married to what she believed was her perfect husband, however, after a major tragedy, he turned malicious against her. Jennifer wanted more than anything to escape, but knew she could not divorce being catholic. Jennifer starts to plan her own escape route from this marriage, but how does she manage to cope with the guilt of what she has in mind?