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Old 2012-04-22, 12:12   Link #1
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Anime with a Yandere personalities on the RECOVERY

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Are there any cases of Yandere type personalities who slowly recover from their obsessive behaviour throughout the series so it's sort of like development. Edit: Think I need to place more emphasis on the "RECOVERY" aspect.

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Then again, I'm also interested in any anime where people are developing-recovering (I'm sure there are many given that it's all character development) but for example NHK would fit into this category.

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Old 2012-04-22, 12:13   Link #2
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I second Shuffle! and Mirai Nikki (Future Diary).

Try Deadman Wonderland - It has the whole package, battlefreaks, serial killers, yanderes rolled into one place. Plus, the story is dark and twisted and not for the weak hearted.
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I second Shuffle! and Mirai Nikki (Future Diary).

Try Deadman Wonderland - It has the whole package, battlefreaks, serial killers, yanderes rolled into one place. Plus, the story is dark and twisted and not for the weak hearted.
While I've not seen Shuffle.

I'm pretty sure that the characters in these anime listed don't actually recover as such. Instead, don't they just get more crazy with time?
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While I've not seen Shuffle.

I'm pretty sure that the characters in these anime listed don't actually recover as such. Instead, don't they just get more crazy with time?
I could tell you, but you're just going to have to watch and see for yourself. Sorry.
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I could tell you, but you're just going to have to watch and see for yourself. Sorry.
I'll have to finish off watching Future Diary then. It's just that it was becoming more and more crazy with each episode. Hard to believe that there could be any real form of recovery... ^^'

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For the first one I'd recommend Kara no Kyoukai.
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Then again, I'm also interested in any anime where people are developing-recovering (I'm sure there are many given that it's all character development) but for example NHK would fit into this category.
Trapeze is a show about an unusual psychiatrist and his various patients. It's directed in an offbeat style by Nakamura Kenji of Mononoke fame. Some of them recover.

Ghost Hound focuses on a boy of thirteen who was kidnapped at an early age along with his sister whom he watched die. He's being treated for PTSD when the show begins.

Bartender might also be relevant, though the method of recovery here involves recollection of past difficult events aided by the appropriate alcoholic libation.

I might put Kurenai on this list as well. The male lead is sixteen and survived a terrorist attack that took his parents' lives. He becomes the guardian of a seven-year-old who was kidnapped from her powerful family. Their experiences together change them both.
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Sorry let me make it up to you.

H20: Footprints in the Sand - It's about a blind boy who's given the power of sight by a goddess, and as times goes on there's more to his trauma than just a medical condition. This series is based on the pain, love, and trust of relationships, but I think you'll find what you're looking for with this.

Kowarekake no Orgel - It's about an ex musician grieving the loss of his parents, and stopped playing music as a result. A life changing encounter with an abandoned robot girl changes his love forever. It's a single OAV production, but the reviews were positive, and personally one of my all time favourites.

Bakemonogatari - It's about a boy who helps people who're inflicted with supernatural phenomenon, get better again.

That's all I can think of for now. So what do you say?
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Trapeze is a show about an unusual psychiatrist and his various patients. It's directed in an offbeat style by Nakamura Kenji of Mononoke fame. Some of them recover.

Ghost Hound focuses on a boy of thirteen who was kidnapped at an early age along with his sister whom he watched die. He's being treated for PTSD when the show begins.

Bartender might also be relevant, though the method of recovery here involves recollection of past difficult events aided by the appropriate alcoholic libation.

I might put Kurenai on this list as well. The male lead is sixteen and survived a terrorist attack that took his parents' lives. He becomes the guardian of a seven-year-old who was kidnapped from her powerful family. Their experiences together change them both.
I've seen both Kurenai, Ghost Hound and bits of bartender . They were pretty good shows. Bartender is especially fantastic, it's a shame that each episode contains a different story though as I always want to find what happened to them in the end.

Trapeze sounds interesting though! Thanks.

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Worry let me make it up to you.

H20: Footprints in the Sand - It's about a blind boy who's given the power of sight by a goddess, and as times goes on there's more to his trauma than just a medical condition. This series is based on the pain, love, and trust of relationships, but I think you'll find what you're looking for with this.

Kowarekake no Orgel - It's about an ex musician grieving the loss of his parents, and stopped playing music as a result. A life changing encounter with an abandoned robot girl changes his love forever. It's a single OAV production, but the reviews were positive, and personally one of my all time favourites.

Bakemonogatari - It's about a boy who helps people who're inflicted with supernatural phenomenon, get better again.

That's all I can think of for now. So what do you say?
Oh H20 sounds pretty amazing.
Thanks for the recommendations, it seems I have a few on my plate that will probably take a while to get through.
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Old 2012-04-23, 06:39   Link #11
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While I've not seen Shuffle.

I'm pretty sure that the characters in these anime listed don't actually recover as such. Instead, don't they just get more crazy with time?
I can't comment on the other series, but Shuffle! does fit what you want, though the recovery is limited to one story arc. Plus, the fact that the character in question is a yandere to begin with is a major twist.
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