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I flipped open my phone and entered her number as she read it out. Too pained by the loss of her entire family, she moved to the city a few weeks ago and was living on unemployment, unable to continue working at her job due to the crippling depression and panic she suffered as a result of her abandonment.
She loved kids but had none of her own, which was a relief to me.
She seemed well kept and stable, and wasn't a bad looker either.
I was beaten and broken with no aspirations to better my current situation.
Maybe she understood how I felt, considering all the pain she felt herself, and decided to get to know who I really was under this cocoon of emotionless insecurity.