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What are you doing?
Go back to sleep.
Are you on that website again?
The brain tumor website. You promised.
I know I did.
Tell me what the doctor said again.
It could be a sinus infection, some kind of vertigo thing, a virus...He doesn't know.
He said it wasn't a brain tumor, Adam.
He said he didn't think it was a brain tumor. He can't say for sure.
You're still feeling dizzy?
Not dizzy...Fuzzy. Like my brain is swollen or something.
What about the headache?
It's more like my hair aches. Like my follicles are sore. And now the squishy noise is back.
Okay, you need therapy.
It got so distracting I had to cancel my AP English class this afternoon.
Please, don't sabotage this teaching stuff, Adam. It took you so long to finally make the change.
I can't help it! The fuzziness. The ringing. It's not normal.
You're telling me?
Why don't you go get an MRI then? Come on, babe. I'll go with you. So we can know it's not a brain tumor, once and for all, and relax.
But what if it is?
You have to stop, Adam. Seriously. When there are so many people who really do have something to worry about?
You have so much to be thankful for.
I know. I know.
Then why do you keep trying to **** it all up?
It's not like I'm trying. It's not like I'm thinking, "Huh, life's pretty good right now. Maybe I should give myself a brain tumor."
You're unhappy, babe.
I know I'm unhappy. My ****ing head hurts! You'd be unhappy, too!
In life...It's like you don't feel you deserve to be, or something. Like the minute you actually do, it's all gonna be taken away from you. I mean, what are you so afraid of?
Oh, God. We're gonna go there, aren't we?
To Jesus land. Go ahead. I know you want to.
I didn't say anything.
Why is it every time I reach out to you, every time there's some kind of crisis in my life, this is the only thing you have to offer?
What are you talking about?
It is, Luke.
I don't know what you're talking about, Adam.
Like when my dad died.
I was there for you.
I was ****ing there for you, Adam! I flew halfway across the country to be there for you. I held his ashes in my lap on the way home from the service. I mean, what more do you want?
That's not what I'm talking about.
: I sat in a different pew because you didn't want anyone to feel "uncomfortable". I took communion while you and the rest of your family just sat there like idiots. I practically wrote his whole ****ing eulogy for you. Don't tell me I wasn't there, Adam. I was there.
Before, Luke. I'm talking about the night he died. We were laying in bed together. And you looked at me, all of a sudden, with this, it was almost smug, Luke. This holier than-thou look of pity on your face -
-- I was trying to comfort you!
It didn't mean anything! Don't you get it? You may as well have been speaking a foreign ****ing language! And for that to be the only thing you have to offer, at a time when I needed you the most. I'm sorry, but I've never felt so alone in all my life.
Well, what did you want me to do?
Hold me! I just wanted you to ****ing hold me, Luke! Is that so hard to understand?
I'm sorry, but it is.
I don't even know why I bothered to bring it up.
Because I'm not afraid like you are, Adam. When the time comes...I welcome it. You could, too.
You're doing it again.
I just hate to see you in pain like this.
Listen, I would love that, believe me...It's like the one thing I envy you for...To know everything's gonna be alright...No matter what...To feel...safe like that? It would almost be worth it.
It is worth it, Adam. It's so worth it.
But I've never had that in my life, so how would I know for sure? I wasn't the one sitting in my dad's Chrysler LeBaron when the white light -
-- It wasn't a white light.
The warmth, the peace, whatever it was -
Home, Adam. I felt home. For the first time in my life... It's there, babe. You just have to be open to it.
This all started back in college. I had mono and thought for sure it was AIDS. It was before there was even a test, remember?
I was eight.
Well, it was horrible, trust me. And I remember being convinced, at the time, that it was, like my punishment.
For being gay.
Punishment from whom?
Oh, I don't know...God I guess. You don't have to believe in hell to walk around feeling like you're gonna burn in it.
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