I think she blames herself. She sees how important the club is to him, and I think she perhaps realizes that will always come first. She accepts who he is and continues to be in love with him because I don’t think they’re capable of not loving each other on some level. For me, [Tara’s] just drawing a line in the sand and saying, “This is enough. It’s time to cut my losses and to get my children out of here.” She recognizes that part of that means she’s going to betray him, but she’s not acting out of anger. She’s doing what she thinks she needs to do to survive.