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Title: The Definition of Perpetual Motion
Author: [livejournal.com profile] elsewhere_kels
Fandom/Genre: Supernatural AU
Pairing(s): Dean/Castiel, background Sam/Jess
Rating: NC-17
Word Count: 41,112
Warnings: Trigger warnings for discussion of depression, mental illness, and past sexual and psychological abuse of minors.
Disclaimer: I don't own SPN.
Author's Note: While I have researched the topics that I've tackled in this story and have done my best to portray those issues sensitively and with respect to those with greater knowledge from first hand experiences, I have no doubt that there are aspects of this story that aren't completely realistic (either due to some gaps in my knowledge or a purposeful decision to gloss over details for pacing's sake). I hope that those unrealistic aspects are not so numerous as to hinder anyone's enjoyment of this story, but if they do I would just like to say thank you so much for giving this story a chance, anyways. :)
(Neurotic) Author's Note: Castiel makes some seriously irresponsible decisions regarding boundaries with Dean and Sam. I am not unaware of this and the character does see his faults for what they are. This aspect of the story is not meant to seem "okay" to anyone because it really isn't.

Thank Yous and Acknowledgements

Artist: The wonderful [livejournal.com profile] haraism
Art link: Art Masterlist

Summary: Dean Winchester was doing all right. He had a good job, a few friends, and all the people he loved were safe. He got by. Then he got a call from Sam in the middle of the night. Sam wasn't all right, and it turned out he hadn't been for a long time. Dean's little brother had no memory of the last four years of his life and only pieces of years before that, and all Dean could think of was how he'd smiled as he waved Sam-who-wasn't-Sam off to college. Sam didn't want to take over Dean's life, but he didn't know where else to turn. Dr. Castiel Novak was "a bleeding heart" and he was beginning to realize that neither of the brothers had gotten through their experiences unscathed.

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