90: ‘You Don’t Know’ by Katelyn Tarver

Sara helps young girls to be more confident.

Katelyn needed a more personal talk. Sara went home thinking that had helped her. But Katelyn arrives at the next class just as down and hard on herself as she was before. Sara tries once again to reach her, but this time the girl snarls at her.

She tells her, she has learned her lesson. She just doesn’t want to be okay right now. She wants to give up and let go, not fight to be better. And she doesn’t want Sara’s advice. Everyone keeps telling her to keep her head up and that she is alright, but no one knows what’s it like to be her. She does realise that this might not be a good way to deal with her issues, but she doesn’t care.


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