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She sat there, all alone, on the curb, crying. She just had it. She had just lost someone dear to her, and now she had nobody – nobody to even call her and ask how she is – and didn’t know what to do about it.
A woman of many family members. A few friends.
And yet nobody was there for her.
She wanted to commit suicide, sometimes. It was all just too hard. She had friends, but they didn’t feel like real friends.
Her family wasn’t nice to her, and her last relationship broke up, even though she loved the guy. And when it broke up, people seemed to move further away from her – not closer! When she needed someone, somehow…they weren’t there.
“What was with that?” She asked.
Why were people abandoning her? What happened…