However, having grown up under the shadow of her two friends, she lacked the confidence necessary for anyone, Tirwine included, to succeed. She compared herself—her lack of coordination, accomplishments, and abilities—to Br’ee and Jeff’rey. Many Tirwine, including her parents, felt she should perform at the same level, or higher, as her friends, even though they are ten years her senior.
At the Governors’ Ball, she turned to hurt and anger when she thought the Wisas had given her menial jobs because of her lack of abilities. Her emotions vacillated between fear and the thought she that she would mess something up if she tried to protect the humans from the Gehata.
Sa’dora has forced me to study the many layers of our emotions and to understand complexities of how these emotions interact with each other and how drive our actions.
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