i can't believe the teacher didn't notice that it was hana and not ageha T_T. hopefully everything will work out.
Jeez... life is soooo unfair, isn't it... Hopefully in the end Hana will SUFFER!
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________________ Do you still plan to have that kind of hairstyle in 5 years' time? ...What? That hairstyle won't be suitable in 5 years' time Put your hair down You...what are you... Suddenly saying that kinda thing Put it down It looks better that way NatsuMikan
this story isn't about good and bad. it's about discovering the shades of grey. the hero of the story showing sympathy to her is a large clue. (i love that he's a counselor, btw)
the mother, for instance had a lot going on behind the scenes. on the surface she was "bad" but that was after only a shallow glance. a deeper look shows us more.
a person who does bad things isn't automatically bad. and, while maliciousness has been a defining characteristic for Hana so far, we don't know the cause yet. i hope- more than getting her comeuppance, Hana will improve as a person.