She couldn’t even see where she was running, cars beeped at her two or three times. She heard only constant drumming in her brain: I don’t want to be like her, I’m not like her and never gonna be. I’m able to stick with someone through thick and thin. I’d do anything to get my Keith back, and he needs to know about it before it’s too late. But she was so scared of his reaction. He might tell her to leave like he did with his parents whenever they checked on him and offered help. She wouldn’t even say a word if she faced him because her breath and mental state was unstable. She would start crying, and she knew that he hated this. He wouldn’t endure if she claimed to consider him disabled too, this would be a final nail in his coffin. Their double coffin.
What do you think are the most important traits the RFA members look for in a partner?