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    “I know, I know, coffee would be good. Thank you,”

    Shane got up and walked into the kitchen and turned on the coffee machine. There was a knock on the door. Bette opened the door and two uniformed police officers stood there. She moved out of the way and let me them.

    “Good evening Ms Porter,”

    “Hi, have you found her?”

    “No, I’m sorry we’ve found her car about 200 miles from her, it was out of gas. She’s on foot now. We are still looking for her but she’s in a wild area away from the city. If she doesn’t want to be found she won’t be.”

    “Please don’t give up on her,” Bette begged.

    “We won’t. We just wanted to keep you informed.”

    “Thank you, please find her if you can, her son needs her. I need her.”

    “We will do our best.” The officer said.




    Tina took a deep breath, the cold air filling her lungs as she walked. She had walked out of the woods onto the road. She was tired. she felt guilt. Guilt that she had left her son. That she had left Bette sleeping. There was so much emotion, so much going around in her head. she couldn’t cope with it. She wanted to scream, she wanted the mental pain to stop. She needed it to stop. The memories of her father, her mother. The memories she had hidden for so long in the back of her mind. The pain she had kept secret and explained why she was the way she was.

    Tina rubbed her arms. She could feel the cuts she had managed to do with a sharp piece of glass she had found. She had needed physical pain to stop the mental ones. She could feel the blood still running down her arm. She stumbled; she was weak. She hadn’t eaten or drank in hours. She heard a car coming towards her. She took a deep breath making the choose, did she run into the road and end it all or would she stay where she was. Her mind was racing and she had to make that snape decision.

    She moved out of the way, she took a deep breath. She saw it was a police car. They slowed when they saw her and simply sat on the floor and let the tears flow again.

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    1. What a heart wrenching chapter! It left me with anxiety for Tina, who is obviously hurting,; Bette hurting mentally and poor Xavier has no idea. I hope the police take Tina and Bette gets her the help she needs. Tina is worthy of a good life and Bette has her work cut out for her. Good thing Bette and Tina have a great support system in Shane and Alice.

      Please post another soon!

    2. I knew something was wrong per my previous chapter comments. Could be a combination of Tina’s insecurities and the stress of the premature delivery and post partum depression. Thank God she did not take Xavier with her and the baby is safe. Shane will be there for Bette as Tina may go off the grid for a while. She clearly needs major professional help. I’m not sure their marriage can withstand this because there is now a baby in the mix. And Tina walked out. Bette will have to be sure Tina is truly okay before Xavier is safe with her again yet Tina is the birth mother. Fixing this will take a lot of time. Tina has abandoned her baby. Very serious. This is so beyond walking out on Bette. Have to be honest – not liking this story at all right now. I get that Tina is mentally ill but bringing a premature infant into the story is tough to handle.

      • Hi Billy. Thank you for your comment. I am sorry you are not enjoying the story right now. This is a hard story to write as well as to read and I understand that. As some who who suffers from mental illness I want to show that people can live with it once you get the correct help. I hope you stay with the story but I will understand if you do not wish to. Thank you for your support.

        • You absolutely do have my support. I respect your writing endeavors. Our life experiences are always on the surface. I know this. With me it is the fact that I gave birth to a premature son who almost died and was very sick for several years. And to be candid it destroyed my first marriage. So just as you want to show that individuals can live with mental illness I need you to understand that writing Xavier’s prematurity into your story is a very huge trigger for me.

          • Hi Billy. Thank you for sharing that with me. I totally understand it’s a trigger and I am sorry about your first marriage. I hope your baby is doing well now and that you have found happiness. I am a little defensive because I wasn’t sure I was even going to write this story as it’s been a very slow burn to tina’s mental break. I am sorry for triggering you. I never meant to do that. And thank you for the support on my work. I sometimes forget people actually want to read my work

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