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When you come to your senses and calm down, you'll see that. Meanwhile, you'd better start thinking about the future. " "Someone better talk to you about it. You're going to have to get through the fallout from your father's bankruptcy and take care of your brother at the same time. That's a man-sized job. You need to get focused and stay that way. " "I don't need you to tell me what I have to do, Kenyon. I'll take care of Nathan, and I'll take care of myself. " Alexa reached the bottom of the stairs.
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