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  • Hello?
    What are you doing?
    Are you okay? I would just like to know. You haven't talked to anybody in 3 weeks. I think it is about time you go regain your social life.
    Okay, okay. Why though? Is it because your puppy ate all of your pudding? "Why do you need to know?" Well, I'm your mind, and I have to know everything about you because I'm practically you. I'm gonna guess that you are sad. Since I can see your emotions, sad is the only one you are experiencing currently. Now it's anger. "Can you please stop bothering me?" Okay, man you really are mad about something, tell me will you?
    "Do you know what happened a month ago?"
    Not really, I don't ever remember that stuff, I just leave that to you. "Just try." Ugh, fine. Oh yeah! That person got hit by a car. "That was my best friend! She is in a coma now." Well then what are you doing? Get up and go visit her. Sitting around moping isn't going to help anything! Your tears are not medicine! Only encouragement will help! It may not help your best friend, but it will help the others around you. Depression kills a lot of people daily, and without your happiness, everybody that knew your best friend is falling into despair. Your words will bring hope. Hope will defeat the despair. The despair that has taken everyone and your best friend.
    Just believe.
    Your hope will bring everybody back from their current state.
    The despair will fade away, I can already see the hope radiating in your feelings! If you bring back the happiness, there is a chance your friend will come back. She will be traumatized, but therapy can fix that. So can hope.
    "I'm going."
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