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Noida University Murder/Suicide
“She said that she wanted a break from the relationship. I asked her if I should at least hope that she will come back. She said no because she wanted to stay single for some time and that might change things for her. I could not accept that.” Parse through any teenage highschooler’s diary, and words like these are all too easy to find. Breaks vs break ups, situationships vs relationships, boyfriend vs ex-boyfriend, these duels define adolescence. We’ve all been through some version of it. But as we retrospect, we cringe at that bygone era; of course, we are older now. Now we’re too mature to put up with these silly little dramas. The same insecurities do not haunt us any more? Or do they? Deep down in our psyche, are we still that insecure teenage kid? Some folks just never grow up. And those words you just heard weren’t of a teenager, but a grown man. Sometimes, not growing up, not getting out of the shell of puberty, can have adverse consequences in your adulthood: for you, and for your partner. This is the story of a man still trapped in a teenage drama of his own making, this is the story of Anuj Kumar.