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「 Kairo Choi ✧ 26 ✧ Location: Dance Studio ✧ Hex: #400E15 」
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"You don't need someone to complete you, you only need someone to accept you."

As much as Kairo attempted to keep his cool, Lucy was slowly using up all his patience. He prayed that she would leave in peace, otherwise he might explode in front of Ethan and that is the last thing the boy needed to see. He heard some shuffling behind him and quickly switched his attention from Lucy to Ethan just in time to see him getting to his feet and gathering his things. "I uh..umm..bye!" and just like that, the boy ran out. Of course, Kairo's first instinct was to run after him, but he felt a hand latch onto his arm and spin him back around.

"Where do you think you're going? Just let the freak leave, we're not finished here." Kairo felt every muscle in his body tighten, and a surge of anger unlike anything he'd ever felt before run through him. He'd had enough for today.

"Let go of me." he almost growled, bringing a shocked expression to the woman's face. She slowly released his arm, taking a half-step back. Without another word, the dancer ran out of the studio in the same direction Ethan had gone, grabbing his phone and keys on the way out, and ignoring every call and plea that came from behind him. He ran down the hall and out the front doors, his head twisting in every direction expecting to see Ethan waiting for the bus or maybe even climbing into a cab, but there was no sign of him anywhere. It wasn't until he turned to head back inside, set on giving Lucy a piece of his mind, that he notice a familiar face crouched down on the floor against a nearby wall. A mix of emotions washed over Kairo, but mainly guilt and a little bit of anger.

The therapist immediately approached the boy, crouching down in front of him so that they were at eye level. "Hey..." he spoke calmly, but loud enough to be heard over the crowd of people. He immediately realized all those unfamiliar faces walking by were probably not helping the situation, so he gently cupped Ethan's face, his hands serving as some sort of blinders so that Ethan could see only Kairo's face and no one else. "It's okay...just breathe...I'm here." there wasn't much he could do out here in the middle of the street, but he hoped that his words and his being there helped at least a little bit.