Madison: Mommy, when I grow up, I am going to marry a girl who looks like you and talks like you, because I love you. And, mommy, when I am a grown up and married and you die, I'm gonna keep your clothes and give them to my wife so she doesn't have to buy new clothes.
Mom: Do you think she'll want to wear my clothes?
Madison: Well, then I'll keep them and treasure them.
"Part of your struggle is to set boundaries to your own love- something you have never done. You give whatever people ask of you, and when they ask for more, you give more, until you find yourself exhausted, used, and manipulated. Only when you are able to set your own boundaries will you be able to acknowledge, respect, and even be grateful for the boundaries of others."
What The Hunger Games is about: tyranny, revolution, courage, love, growing up, identity, poverty, hunger, class conflict, sacrifice
What the media thinks The Hunger Games is about: a steamy love triangle