The Confrontation Essay

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THE CONFRONTATION Jennifer: Oh no! There's only five minutes left before class begins! I have to talk to Stephanie right now.Stephanie: Hey Jen! How are you? It has been a long time that I haven't seen you! Jennifer: I'm okay"¦ Stephanie: What's wrong? I can see that there's something abnormal going on with you.Jennifer: Well, I've been thinking lately about Alex and me and I finally decided to break up with him.Stephanie: How come? What happened? Jennifer: Because I suppose he has been cheating on me lately. For example, the other day, I wanted to discuss with him but he pretended having a basketball practice that he seemed unsure about.Stephanie: You want to end up your relationship with him for that reason only? Jennifer: Of course not, there are other things too.Stephanie: Oh well don't worry, they mean nothing.Jennifer: How come you're so sure about it? Is there something you know that you have been hiding from me? Stephanie: Me? Never! You are my best friend after all; I would never lie to you.Jennifer: All right then. You know, even if he's not with me anymore, I really hope that he will do fine in his next relationship whoever the person is.Stephanie: Anyway, I have to go"¦See you later! (At the end of school) Stephanie: Alex, Alex, wait for me! I have to talk to you immediately.Alex: Hey there! Don't yell like that, calm down and tell me what happened.Stephanie: Well I had talked to Jennifer before class began.Alex: So, did she say something I need to know? Stephanie: Yes, she told me that she is going to break up with you. I guess it is what we want, right? Even if she pretends to be okay with it, I can see that she's hurt. She also revealed to me that she thinks you are cheating on her, and I presume she might be suspecting us.Alex: Hey, I don't want to hurt her. What makes you say that? Stephanie: Well, remember the day when you passed me the note in class about our meeting? Don't think she is blind; she sits right next to us! Alex: Then what do you want me to do? Stephanie: You know what Alex, I'm quite tired of acting. I think you should tell her the whole truth. It's not the best solution to end a relationship by lying.Alex:...

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