Short Story Of Rylee Maria O Toole

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What is your full name? Rylee Maria O’Toole
When and where were you born? I was born in Victoria, Australia in a town called Ballarat.
Who are/were your parents? (Know their names, occupations, personalities, etc.) My Mum’s name is Sylvia O’Toole and my father is Mathew O’Toole. My mother does not work but my father is a builder. I don’ t have much of a relationship with my mother, we used to have a really good relationship and could tell each other everything, now she doesn’t try to interact with me only if it’s to yell at me or to criticize me. My father is a busy man who doesn’t see us too much, he’s nice and says nice things but he has a lot of OCD and gets quite annoyed when everything in the house isn’t perfect, like if the shoes aren’t
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I always try to convince myself to be someone who is an optimist but in reality I’m actually a pessimist, I always seem to find the worst in every situation.
What is your greatest fear? My greatest fear is being abandoned or people turning against me. I’m always afraid that one day I’m going to end up all alone with no one. I take it very personally if someone doesn’t like my opinion.
What are your religious views? I’m a catholic. I don’t go to church often but I do pray sometimes. I’m a person who believes that if you do bad in this world you will be punished and because of that it’s one of the reasons I am so critical of myself all the time and this makes me feel like a fraud.
How honest are you about your thoughts and feelings (i.e. do you hide your true self from others, and in what way)? I do hide my true self in a way, I do tell Steph some things but not a lot of things because otherwise she’ll just worry all time. I often call myself an attention seeker if I do express myself; I am a very private person.
In general, how do you treat others (politely, rudely, by keeping them at a distance, etc.)? Does your treatment of them change depending on how well you know them, and if so, how? I treat people nicely; I treat people how I’d like to be

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