A young girl was found wandering the streets in South Korea. It was estimated she was between two and three years of age. It appeared she had been living by her own devices for some time. After extensive investigation and searching, no family could be found. Not one person knew who this little girl was.
An organization from the United States was on hand to help with children like this. It was determined that the little girl would be joining other children on a trip to Hawaii, where families would be found for them. After arriving in Hawaii, legal citizenship and proper birth certificates were obtained for the children. They were now citizens of the US.
Families throughout the US had been waiting for children to adopt. This little girl found her way into the hearts of a family living in California. The family was already going through some changes. Just as the mother and father were starting the adoption proceedings, the ex-wife of the father was killed in a traffic accident on the east coast, so the fifteen year old daughter was now living with father and step mother and their two sons.
There were three siblings for the little girl to spoil her and love her. Since a birthday had been picked at random for her, that became a day to celebrate in the family. So a three year old was accepted and loved and living in a family.
Some bad memories must have lingered in the little girl's mind. As she grew older, she held herself back just enough to let others know she did not need them. By the time she was a teenager, she was focused on her outer looks and withdrew just a little more from family and friends. In fact, she had only one friend and that was not a close friendship. While she was still in high school she talked her parents into paying for breast enhancement surgery. She became addicted to shopping and would only buy brand name clothes. And shoes. Lots and lots of shoes.
The family who adopted her had enough money to satisfy their youngest child's desires. When she began dating, it was clear she was only attracted to young men who would buy her the best and were able to arrange spectacular evenings and then weekend trips showering her with gifts.
The inner resentment was slowly manifesting itself in anger and jealousy. In the first year of college she met a young man who grew to love her deeply. They lived together three years and then married. Her unreal expectations of a fairy tale marriage began eroding at the fiber of her fantasy lifestyle. Her husband made a good living but as time went by his income was unable to keep up with her spending. There were many discussions about money and when would it be enough clothes for her to be satisfied. Apparently there was no end in sight. Because her husband loved her he tried to get her to see a counselor. Then he asked if she would work on their marriage with joint counseling. She refused.
Before they were married, she had shown great enthusiasm for having children and raising a family. Their plan was to begin a family a couple years after she graduated from college. By that time she told him that she wanted a little longer to work on her career which was just taking off.
They were married ten years before she told him she never wanted children. She did not ever want to be a mother. Being around his siblings and their children and her siblings and their children was a chore. She did not like children. She was not comfortable around them.
After two more years there was a divorce. The little girl found wandering decided she wanted to remain wandering. The scars were too deep to heal. In order for her to feel justified with her life decisions, she scorned family closeness and began seeking again the attention she received through her high school years. She opted for another breast augmentation surgery and worked out daily for hours to maintain the perfect, zero fat body.
Note: This image was found on google. I do not have a photo of the girl when she was found.