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Name: Kim
Friends: Sara and Monica
Relationship Status: Single
Interests: Dancing, reading, spending time with her friends and family
Problem: This smart, honor-roll student (who is usually the “good girl”) was worried about what people would say about her after the party, but now she faces bigger issues.

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Name: Pete
Friends: Carlos and Martín
Relationship Status: Dating
Interests: Playing sports and video games, listening to music, hanging out with his friends
Problem: He doesn’t know about the consequences of some of his decisions.

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Name: Sara
Friends: Monica and Kim
Relationship Status: Dating
Interests: Hanging out at coffee shops, reading, writing poetry
Problem: Sara knows her friend’s secret but is unsure about what she can do or whom to tell.

Photo of Monica

Name: Monica
Friends: Sara, Kim, and Ana
Relationship Status: Single
Interests: Window shopping, hanging out with friends, and drawing
Problem: She’s shocked and caught off guard by her friend’s news.

Photo of Ana

Name: Ana
Friends: Monica and Martín
Relationship Status: Single
Interests: Dancing, listening to music, and getting attention
Problem: She doesn’t know that the drugs she brought to Martín’s party had consequences that were more serious than a quick high.

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where R they now
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