Essay on Personal Statement : ' Dr. Druthers Said
A flash of anger came over Roy’s face.
“He might not be family in the sense of the fact he is related by blood, but he is family,” Roy bit out. “I know I may not have any legal obligation, but I do have a moral one. I can’t imagine just leaving him alone in some place where he may or may not get better. He needs to be with his family. He needs to be with people who love him, people who care about him. It’s not just me who feels this way. It’s my whole family who has adopted him… I mean, how could I do any less for him?”
Smiling, Dr. Druthers reassured him, “I am glad you feel that way. That is the type of people Johnny needs on his side right now.”
“Thanks,” Roy blushed at the comment.
“So, what do you think is the hardest thing for you to deal with at this moment?” Karl asked.
Pausing to think, Roy wasn’t sure what to say, “There is a lot actually. I can’t imagine how he feels thinking he just lost his parents. Then there’s the fact that I feel like my best friend is gone… I mean, he’s right there, but then again, he’s not,” Roy paused again, clearing his throat at a sudden rush of emotions. “I feel so guilty that I couldn’t get to him…