Define "Normal" - Chapter 30 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 30 Summary

The girls wander off to a nearby playground and get over their previous argument. Jazz admits that she had given in on wearing the dress in order for people to listen to the music, not watch her. They both admit that they have helped each other out. They think about getting revenge on Dr. DiLeo for setting them up, but they decide against it since they feel the peer counseling program will help a lot of other people. Jazz goes on to tell Antonia how she and her mother are starting to get along a little bit better. Their relationship is not completely healed, but they are working on it.

Chapter 30 Analysis

Both girls reconcile their differences and acknowledge how much the peer counseling program has helped them. Even though their sessions were over, they made the decision to keep a friendship going...

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