Crank - Flirtin' with the Monster through At Least I Had Something Summary & Analysis

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Flirtin' with the Monster through At Least I Had Something Summary

"Flirtin' with the Monster" indicates that life after Kristina began using crank was better than her life before. But this good life didn't last long. In "Introduction" Kristina tells her audience she will tell them the whole story of the reasons why she started, and continued, doing drugs. In the section titled "Alone" Kristina indicates that at this point in her life she felt very separated from her family. Her mother seemed distant, Kristina was unable to please her stepfather, her sister had just announced she was gay, and her little brother had taken over Kristina's spot in the family as the baby. Kristina is unhappy with herself. It is because of this unhappiness that Kristina reasons that she turns into a girl whom she...

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