when jim has a migraine, bones’s head throbs.

when jim is exposed to an allergen and swells up like a balloon, bones has to keep himself from itching at his own skin. 

when jim coughs, bones experiences a seemingly equivalent discomfort in his chest.

when jim has a fever, bones has to constantly wipe at his own brow to keep the sweat from trickling down his face. 

when jim has the flu, bones is rocked to his core by the chills that cascade through him.

when jim breaks a bone, bones’s thinks that his own cells tear at the sight.

when jim is bleeding profusely, bones feels his own blood thicken in his veins. 

when jim shakily takes in his last breath, bones swears that he stops breathing, too.