Tuesday, March 11, 2014
"A lot of you cared just not enough."
This shows that clay understands the feelings that most people feel. Meaning- he is able to sympathize with others well.
This shows how insightful Clay can be about the lives of teenagers, and even the world.
"It's hard to be disappointed when what you expected turns out to be true.”
"Hope for the best, but expect the worst." Clay uses that quote when looking at life. He see's that bad things can happen, but hopes that they don't.
He obviously is a caring individual. He cares a lot that Hannah died. He knows the consequences of when people are mean blindly and don't think about what they are saying. Some people can get by it but obviously she didn't.
The character Bret is now realizing how important everyone was in Jessica's suicide. He understands his feeling towards her as we'll and sees how good of a person she was.
Hannah starts to change, because she realizes that people aren't all what they seem.
"Have the only two people you truly trust turn against you. Have one of them use you to get back at the other, and then be accused of betrayal."
In this passage, she begins to realize that everyone that she thought was her friend, are really not. This show's growth.
"And then... well... certain thoughts begin creeping around. Will I ever get control of my life? Will I always be pushed around by those I trust?"
Then she starts to think about suicide. Doubting that her life won't get better, and how maybe that if she were to end her life, it would help her get away from all the rumors, and people. This show's development, because she is trying to come up with a solution to her problem, even though it isn't a good solution.