HELLO FOR THOSE OF YOU WHO HAVE TALKED TO LIZZY25 YOU MIGHT ALREADY KNOW ME I AM HER AUNT. AND YOU GUYS MIGHT KNOW ABOUT THE HARD TIME THAT I HAVE BEEN GIVING HER. WE ARE BOTH HAVING A HARD TIME ACDEPTING THE DEATH OF MY SISTER AND HER MOM. I KNOW HER PAIN IS MORE BECAUSE SHE WAS IN HER LIFE FOR THE PAST 17 YEARS OF HER LIFE AND I JUST CAME BACK INTO MY SISTERS LIFE WHEN ELIZABETH CALLED MY TO TELL ME THAT HER MOM WANTED TO SEE ME AND THAT SHE WAS DYING. IT THEN TOOK ME ALMOST A MONTH TO DECIDE TO GO SEE MY SISTER AGAIN. WHEN WE WERE TEENAGERS OUR PARENTS USE TO FIGHT OVER WHO WAS THE BETTER CHILD AND IT WAS ALWAYS MY SISTER NOT ME. I WAS THE ONE WHO ALWAYS GOT INTO TROUBLE AT HOME SCHOOL EVERYWHERE. SO I HATED MY SISTER FOR BEING THE "GOOD ONE" AND I WALKED OUT ON HER WHEN I TURNED 18 AND THIS WAS THE FIRST TIME I HAVE SEEN HER SINCE THEN BUT ENOUGH ABOUT ME I AM HERE TO FIND OUT WHAT I SHOULD OD ABOUT ELIZABETH. I KNOW SHE IS IN A LOT OF PAIN AND THAT THE HOUSE I AM LIVING IN IS HERS NOW. SO I JUST WANNA TRY AND WORK EVERYTHING OUT WITH HER PLEASE HELP ME.
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