Seeing Madelyn in this state, Zach felt so frustrated. “I told you, this is just the beginning. If it weren’t
for your so-called sympathy and meddling, maybe none of this would have happened. Since you can’t
change your fate, can’t you just accept it?” He played with her long hair as he spoke.
“No, I can’t accept it! Don’t touch me!” Madelyn screamed hysterically.
At that moment, Kai knocked on the door. “Arguing with each other won’t solve anything. Can you both
take a break? Zach, step outside. I need to have a word with you.”
Zach cast a quick glance at Madelyn before rising from his seat and exiting the room. Once outside,
Kai turned a page in Madelyn’s medical records and began, “Were you aware that Madelyn had a
severe case of depression previously?”
Zach asked, “What else?”
Kai arched an eyebrow, realizing that Zach was evidently uninformed. “Patients with depression often
require medication to regulate their emotions, or else…”
Before he could finish his sentence, one of the nurses passing by suddenly screamed, “Doctor Stewart,
that girl is trying to jump out of the window.”
Madelyn stood on a stool, already perched on the windowsill.
Zach rushed into the room almost immediately, watching as her body leaned forward without hesitation.
They were on the fifteenth floor, and falling would be certain death.
Kai remained indifferent, observing it all unfold. He thought, ‘Madelyn… I can’t believe you gave in so
easily! Even with help from Ethan, you can’t escape Zach. What you’ve been through is nothing
compared to her.’
In the last second, Zach grabbed her hand.
Madelyn looked up, her eyes filled with despair. Her suicidal thoughts had come without warning. This
was the dangerous aspect of severe depression – patients were unafraid of death; they saw it as an
escape. The idea of death would keep creeping into their minds, luring them with its temptation.
Madelyn had struggled to push away these thoughts, to keep them at bay, but it was a battle she
couldn’t always win. She felt like she was walking through a desolate, dark wilderness, with the hope of
a glimmer of light to guide her forward. But the uncertainty of when that light would appear led to
disappointment, and then despair.
Zach held onto her with all his strength, his arm straining. “You’re out of your mind! Hold on to me!”
Madelyn’s heart cried out. ‘Zach, do you know what I’m thinking at this moment? I just want to find relief
within the despair you’ve brought into my life.”
She reminisced, ‘Just like in our past life, when I saw you with Cecilia on our wedding anniversary on
that big screen, I was filled with despair. I held on with my last breath, hoping for you to visit me.’ Her
memories continued, “But what I got was only your wedding date. You were holding that child, your
child with Cecilia.’
Madelyn kept her anguish to herself, ‘Zach! In this world, I can’t find anyone more heartless and
capable of driving me to despair than you. Because of you, I endured humiliation and hatred in my past
life, and now you’ve made me feel this pain again.
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