If you want something done right, do it yourself ... but does that include having three girlfriends at the same time and stealing a car?
It was simple: he loved Susie and liked his motorcycle. Even if he really liked his Triumph and only thought that he was pretty sure that he loved Susie, it was still the same difference. It was easy to know the difference, easy to think about. The words, though, didn't quite fit the situation. He knew how he would choose if he ever had to make a choice. He also knew that Susie would never forgive him.
Randy’s life was simple until one night at a poker game he helped Gwen, a senior girl, and her five-year-old sister. Then his girlfriend Susie dumped him, and Susie’s older sister helped him with his math homework, although Beth was more interested in biology. Then when Randy took Gwen to the winter formal, Susie decided to go with a friend of Randy’s who had a bad habit of telling all the juicy details.
What Randy needs is some advice and a plan about what to do if your parents are too busy, too divorced, too drunk, or too dead to help.