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Anger's Puppet. Essay

2163 words - 9 pages

I had checked in at the counter. This wait would be the longest wait of my life. I don't know why I had to come anyway. There is actually really anything wrong with me. I have nothing to hide. My mom always exaggerates everything. This stupid doctor's appointment was to satisfy my mother and keep her off my back. As I sat there with my boyfriend, Joel, and all my anger balled up inside my churning stomach, I was thinking of a way to get out of this doctor's appointment. My mom just wanted an explanation to why I was such a bad kid and a doctor was not going to be able to give her that. I knew why I hated the world and her. I can't believe that she was unable to figure it out. I knew that my mom was not the brightest but this really doesn't take a brain surgeon to figure out.I was 15 and had the world in the palm of my hand. There was nothing that I couldn't handle. I have been through hell and survived. My parents had divorced less than 4 months ago and that anger was not moving anywhere. I thought that I had control but it was consuming my body with every beat of my heart. My world had been shattered around me without any input from me. The bitch, or otherwise known as mother, had made me leave my life behind to move with her. Just because her life had taken a direction to Mitchell, South Dakota, that is not where I wanted to be. But I figured that I would show her. I never went home and, the new friends that I made were not the best people to find, but they were just another piece in the puzzle of Becky.I never went to school. It was not one of my priorities nor important, at least not to me . She had always depended on me to take care of my sister, but that dependability was over. Everything that I had once held near and dear to my heart was dying in the depths of this heartless person that controlled my body. The anger that never let me rest, and it was going to destroy my mother if it killed me. She would know what it was like to lose everything and have no control over the outcome. She would regret ever making me leave my perfect life in my home of the past 15 years.When the receptionist finally called my name, I was on the verge of leaving. I figured that this would allow me more time to make the bitch's life hell. I slowly got up and ordered Joel to follow me into the exam room. Before the nurse even got there, I was informed that I would need to pee in this little white cup. This is so lame but I was submissive to their request. I slowly approached that small bathroom that smelled of a hospital. It was small and dreary. The walls were white and there was nothing that made me more nauseated that perfect white rooms. As I finished the task, I was overcome with fear for what this test might show. But once again I just suppressed it to the bottom of that pit of anger and walked away. Even if my mom found out everything that I had been doing, oh well. Maybe it would just kill her, and that wouldn't be that bad anyway. At least if she was gone...

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