If you weren't constantly in that room on that phone you would be a lot happier.
Actually, I wouldn't be. I do so much when I'm on my phone. I write, I watch nice videos, I look at things that make me happy, and I am able to constantly be in touch with my friends. When I'm on the internet I get to learn new things and see things you can't see in real life unless you have money, and we don't. I'm sorry I'm not sporty or social but just because I'm not those things does not mean I am an unhappy person. I laugh so much when I'm on the internet. I smile. The internet isn't just a place for cyberbullying. Just because all you know how to use on the internet is facebook, google, and sometimes Instagram doesn't mean that there aren't other things there. The internet is so big that eventually you will find a place that will accept you. And please, don't tell me how to be happy. I'm pretty sure I can figure that out on my own.
“Don’t you see,” the other princess murmured against her ear. “It’s a gift.” She smoothed her hands along the princess’ sides. “You always complained that you were stuck, imprisoned by your duty, by your family’s expectations. Well…now you’re not. No family. No expectations. No throne. You’re free.” The other princess caught her chin, turning her head, one arm still looped casually around her waist. “Now, run.”