She was called Zara and she always felt different from the rest. Her name was exotic and people around her could never pronounce her name properly. It was as if she never quite fit in with her surroundings, as if there was something wrong with her. She felt she was not good enough and that she could never live up to the expectations others had of her. Her classmates laughed at her and called her "idiotic" and "weird".
Her parents had high expectations of her and Zara wanted nothing more than to meet them. But no matter how hard she tried, it never seemed to be good enough. She was constantly criticised and compared to others. Zara was never satisfied with her own performance because she always wondered if it was enough.
Zara tried to change herself to fit in. She changed her dress style, her hair and her behaviour. She tried to be the person others wanted her to be, but it only made her more unhappy.
At school, she felt like an outsider. She did not get along well with her classmates and had only a few friends. She was often bullied and laughed at because of her exotic name and her otherness. All this began to gnaw at her and she became angry, very angry.
Zara felt increasingly disconnected from the world around her and one day it happened. She exploded. She shouted at her parents and said things she shouldn't have said. She pushed her friends away and locked herself in her room.
She was now affected by her surroundings and had turned into a person she no longer recognised. She had always been afraid of becoming like this, but now it had happened.
Zara continued to shut herself off from the world and began to focus on her anger. It consumed her completely and she became darker and darker. She became addicted to the adrenaline of anger and became more and more isolated.
One day, she realised she could no longer go on like this. She had lost control of her life and it was time to accept who she was. Zara decided to seek help, but it was too late.
Her dark side had taken over and she was caught in her own anger.
Zara's story shows how powerful the influence of the environment can be and how it can lead to anger and isolation. Her story is a warning that we must accept who we are and not let ourselves be influenced by the expectations of others. It is important to realise that anger and hatred are not a solution. Be kind to yourself and to others. Because in the end, we are all human, and we all have our own struggles to fight. Be who you are, and if people are telling you to be someone you aren't then just don't listen to them.
It is a sad story, but it is an important lesson.