The Problematic.

Becca Johnson seems like your average teenage depressed girl. But all it takes is a good boyfriend to get her out of her shell and show her real self. But when tragedy strikes things in this small town become weirder and weirder by the minute. Becca finds herself wondering who on earth is she and is she really where she belongs. How far will she go to discover the secrets in this continuous unravelling story, ? ? ?

Why must they demand so much of me ? I cannot imagine their lives if I were not in it . It's like they rely on my presence so much that they don't even trust themselves anymore! It is a very stupid thing to think but it's the truth. I'm the rock of my family. The one who keeps us all together and sane. I don't mind, but sometimes it gets a bit more than i can handle. It's just me my mom and my older brother at home. Dad left when I was seven. One morning he woke me up for school got me ready and my lunch packed and then promised to continue our music lessons when I got home, having me super excited. When I returned home that afternoon mom was on the kitchen floor straight out of trying to end her life and my brother calling an ambulance. He had left us. For another family ? Maybe? I don't even want to think of the possibilities or his reasons, all I know is, is that I despise him and will never forgive him, not even on his own deathbed!

I've never had much luck with boys. None at all. For some reason nobody was interested. I was the weird chick who had the suicidal mother, the brother who got a girl pregnant then hit her and the girl with no Dad, what a joy to hang out with, in depressionville! I don't know but none of them ever appealed to me either. It's like they just didn't tap into any of my sense, which frustrated me. I didn't want to be alone for the rest of my life, I'd much rather be with somebody relatively normal than have to take care of my mother for the rest of my life. I was sick of picking up the mess my father had left behind him on his journey of happiness and discovery.

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