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The Perks of Being a Wallflower does a great job impersonating the life of an adolescent in his high school life through letters Charlie the main character has suffer a great loss when he was in middle school of a close friend and since the beginning of his high school life he has wander alone He is lost in his thoughts and attempts to have a life with the ups and downs of being a teenager When he meets Sam and Patrick his life changes significantly Sam and Patrick are great friends to Charlie - even though they introduce him to alcohol and drugs - because they help him find himself by encouraging him to participate being there when he most needs them and opening him to the life of a teenager As stated above Sam and Patrick encourage Charlie to participate more in life which helps Charlie appreciate the tiny things that come with life Charlie demonstrates improvement with his social skills and the desire of living life when he comes across Sam and Patrick i have been trying to participate Chbosky 30 Charlie is known for always thinking too much and not expressing his thoughts even Bill his English teacher remarks how he needs to participate in life With the encounter of Sam and Patrick Charlie starts to attend to high school parties and meet new people with different perspectives in their own future He starts to understand adult stuff and enjoy time i feel infinite with his friends 37 By being able to participate actively in these events he starts to realize the importance of friendship and the feeling of not being lonely and having people who you can always count on Incidentally Charlie goes through many impacting moments through his life and because of the support of Sam and Charlie he never loses himself When the main character tries LSD known as the hallucinating drug he gets an anxiety
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