The Dysfunctional Life of a Teenager (offici...
***just so you know, this story is kind of weird and unpredictable, kind of like life, so please don't judge if you don't like some of the parts or the storyline overall***
Dawn is a smart, shy, and pretty girl. All the girls are jealous of her, but she doesn't know it. Dawn just hides behind her glasses and sits alone. Now, she has to go high school. New school, new people, except for a few friends. Besides her life being already messed up as it is when her sister is about to give birth to a third child, boy drama becomes the priority in her life. That's all she has to get away from her home life. Her insane life is about to get dysfunctional...
"People say I'm beautiful. I think they're lying. I look in the mirror and I see this pimpled, tan face with brown eyes and hair that look like poop. I mean they have to be lying just to make me feel better. Look at me and honestly tell me, do you think they're lying?" I looked into Trevor's eyes, tears welling in my own eyes.
He looked down at his shoes for a moment, took me by the face, and replied, "No Dawn, they aren't lying. You are beautiful. You only think this because you see all those magazines with pretty perfect girls that live up to the expectation of pretty nowadays. But all those models have something you don't."
I gulped, "What? What do I have that they don't?"
"Under that heavy makeup, their natural beauty could never compare to yours. They wear makeup because they're insecure, you aren't."
I looked up at the gray sky, rain started to fall. Trevor started talking again, "Why do you think our year has been so crazy? Why all the guys in our school adore you and all the girls hate you? Because their jealous, their jealous of your looks and personality."
"Well, they can't be jealous of my life," I looked back down at Trevor.
This story is rated PG.