A jovial teen endangers his life and pays for it throughout high school. He begins to fear he will never live a normal life again. He immediately falls in love and hopes the girl will make it all better. When the girl doesnat fall in love with him, he spirals down into a depression. He turns to drugs and drinking to alleviate his problems, but they only make them worse. He is an emotional wreck and a recluse when he leaves his family to go to college in New York. There he tries to forget the past horrible year, but the past continues to haunt him and his dreams. His dreams become more vivid and more disturbing. When he returns home, he realizes heas still in love. He then goes back to school and is determined to throw his emotions away and forget her and his dreams.I would talk to him about things with girls, but usually never with any real feeling. He was more about girls rather than that one special girl. Our conversations were mostly to keep good conversation going and interrupt our constant bickeringanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Trouble with Dreams|
|Publisher||:||Samuel Garcia - 2008-03|