“My life is worthless,” Daryll complained.
“Don’t be like that. We can work it out.” Trish said.
“I don’t think so. No one can cure me.” He argued.
“Tell me what’s wrong?” She cried.
“I never had a girlfriend. It is why I’m depressed.” He said.
“Can I be your girlfriend?” She asked. He shivers shyly. She tries to get him out of his sadness.
“So, many bad things have happened to me in high school. I can never forget it.” He argued again.
“Well, would it feel good that the same thing has happened to me as well?” She comforted.
“I guess so. And yes, I would like for you to be mine.” He stated.
“Okay, forget about your high school past and let’s move on together.” She advised.
“I feel much better about my life,” He said. She hugs him and gives a kiss on his cheek. They walk together and hold hands.
“Tell me, what did they do to you in high school?” She asked.
“They bullied me and they thought I am a jerk.” He responded.
“No, you’re not! You never were. You are always the nice guy before and now.” She comforts him. Daryll got out of his funky sadness and became happy. Trish has solved all his problems.