Inhale, Exhale...breath. Aaron looked into the steam filled mirror. I can't breathe, he thought. Once again he was stuck here, in this state of mind, holding on to the one thing that kept him from being insane...pain. Reaching out, he turned the nob of the hot water on, and plugged the sink. After it filled, Aaron shut off the water. Placing his head into the water filled sink, it burned. Pain that was what he needed, and this was pain to him. He stayed under until he could start to feel his lungs tightening because they needed air. Pulling away, he looked at him self in the mirror, would he ever amount to anything other than what he was? Reaching down for a towel, he dabbed his face dry. Shaking his head he punched the mirror. STOP. Aaron looked at himself in the shattered mirror, reaching up above the mirror he grabbed a box of bandages. It was a few minutes after bandaging up his hand that Aaron was slipping into his outfit for the day; nice expensive jeans with a muscle shirt and a snap-back, finishing it off with some Jordans. Grabbing his gray basic backpack and cellphone, he walked over to his window looking to see if his mom was gone yet, she was. Looking up he saw the girl that lived next door in her room, miss goodie-goodie, he thought. She didn't even have anything on her record, he knew cause he snuck into the principles office to shred some of his unwanted files, and checked hers. Smiling as she turned around a noticed him looking, she closed the curtains fast, which made him laugh. Making his way down to his Dodge Charger, he hopped in placing his bag on the passenger side seat. Looking up to the sky, he saw storm clouds moving in. Pulling out of the drive way, he rolled down his window and let the smell of rain infiltrate the car. Rain always seemed to cheer him up, it reminded him of his father, who didn't come with them when they moved. No one knew about Aaron's dad, no one. It took a little while to get to school because of the traffic boom he was unable to miss. He was late, yet again, and when he parked his car the security guy came over to mention it."Yeah, I know I am late, now just back off man, I am going to class." Aaron smirked and walked into the building which housed his first period. Walking up the mountain of stairs, he came to the hall way which his class door stood. Pulling it open, he got the glares from the rest of the class as he walked to his seat in the back, behind his neighbor.