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Alice decides to keep her therapy appointment and takes the long way to the center so that the people in the coffee shop can see her face as she walks by and have something to talk about. At the center she loves the attention she is getting from people who wouldn't have talked to her otherwise. When she see's The Death Lord Bob's reaction to her face she downplays the events that happened because she is scared that he is going to lose it and she doesn't want to be responsible for another therapist quitting. When she gets home Officer Ross is at her house and wants to talk to her about possibly pressing charges. Alice refuses to press charges or even give her the details of what happened even though he already knows. When...

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