Early into my teen years, my mother died, and not too long after that my father followed, and I wasn’t happy at all. “It’ll all be fine.” My grandma said. I was sure it would be; for some reason I wasn’t directly upset with the passings, but I was still upset nevertheless. I wasn’t sure what to do with myself so I tended to sulk and be sullen.
Naturally, I was depressed, and desperately wanted to not feel abandoned and forgotten. Everything felt as if it were falling apart, and I was the center of devastation. Lots of other minor events happened after my dad passed, so everything I try to maintain as normal seemed to crumble. Not wanting to be alone, and loving animals, I begged my grandmother for an iguana which I had spent months researching. …show more content…
Hanni would even cuddle me when I was upset, and seemed to say “it’s alright.” After I got Hanni, he seemed to bond to me, even if he hit me with his tail and bite me for food. Overall, I think having him made me feel so much better; getting him was a big highlight in my life.
When Someone, or something, you love is by your side, they can help you through tough times.It’s natural to be upset after a passing.Sometimes getting a pet is the best thing. Having a pet can make you happy.Sometimes having someone around is just the best