Today has been a great day, aside from a couple of stressors that I just can't seem to shake. First, my neighbors had a screaming fight and I sat and listened, waiting for the slamming doors and tire squealing that always accompanied my parents' fights. Then I was picking up my car at the garage when a man came flying down a hill at about 25 mph and hit the side of the brick building, mangling his bike and his face. My friend and I gave emergency aid until the ambulance got there, and I haven't stopped shaking since. I can't get the sound of him hitting the building out of my head. I keep replaying everything, thinking about all of the ways he could have died or been so more hurt than just splitting his head open. I took an Attivan and I hope it works because I'm shaking so bad and I just can't get it out of my head.
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