By Jack Canfield,Mark Victor Hansen,Kimberly Kirberger, et al.Open Road Integrated Media LLC|Chicken Soup for the Soul Publishing||Chicken Soup for the SoulYoung Adult NonfictionNew AgeLanguage(s): EnglishOn sale date: 18.08.2012Street date: 17.08.2012
We all have a narrative to inform. we frequently pass judgement on our personal tales as being stable or undesirable, wrong or right. the fact is, every one among them not just holds that means for us yet for these round us besides. poultry Soup for The Teenage Soul IV is stuffed with tales that express what it quite capacity to be in trendy world.
Are you having a difficult time together with your ally? attempting to get your weigh down to note you? getting better from a heart-wrenching breakup? Are you facing whatever much more tricky, like dealing with the demise of somebody you're keen on? chook Soup for the Teenage Soul IV exhibits you that you are not by myself. you will see your self in those tales full of compassion, love, and knowledge from youngsters who've made it throughout the not easy instances and triumphed.
These are actual tales approximately actual lifestyles you will not are looking to positioned down until eventually you have learn the final web page.
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Gunshots. You think you know what one sounds like. I didn’t, no matter how many of the fake kind I heard in my childhood. When I was still in fifth grade my best friend, Andy, was shot. Right through the head. It was a freak accident. I saw it, but more importantly, I heard it. There was no bang. No fiery blast. The shot came from an air rifle; it was just a soft crack and a hiss—and Andy fell down. Sounds and images that I will never, ever forget. The doctors didn’t expect him to live. The pellet had gone through his temple and lodged in his brain.
I’ll always remember how we crashed that go-cart into your horrible neighbor’s fence. How we stood there as the paint chipped off and the white post fell broken and twisted into the garden. How each of us waited for the other to laugh first as we ran away, each of us shocked at the discovery of a conscience, at the realization that what we’d done wasn’t funny, it was just wrong. We hid in your bedroom behind blankets that hung from the top bunk, waiting for the inevitable ring of the doorbell—as long as we were invisible, we were untouchable.
Jason had been her boyfriend for the last two years, and during that time I’d gone from being resentful of his claims on my friend’s time to really liking the guy. He was easy to like: funny, nice, an all-around good guy. Plus, as captain of the football team he always had lots of cute football player friends I got to hang out with. Rebecca didn’t just break up with him, she cheated on him with Robert Mitchell, a shrimpy, dorky troublemaker no one liked. During spring break Jason visited his grandma upstate, I skied with my family, and, as I found out from rumors swirling around school after we all got back, Rebecca and Robert were at home making out.