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There’s nothing on the board next to my name. I don’t get taken anywhere. I duck around the corner before anyone can see me checking the board, because the other day I overheard Debbie, who spends a lot of time hanging around the attendants’ desk, telling Becca that the people at Sick Minds were still trying to figure out what to do with me.”
-- Callie (Section I Pages 1-31)

Importance: When Callie first arrives at Sea Pines she feels like she does not belong. She, like the people in charge of the facility, do not quite know how to approach treating her behavioral issues. Callie not having anything written by her name on the board is symbolic of her emotional state at that point in the story.

I hate that notebook because I know some random thing – like your chair reminding me of a dead cow – could end up in there, proof that I...
-- Callie (Section I Pages 1-31)

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