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However, from her brief inclusions was that was loving, as well as worried about Charlie's anxiety and depression issues.
There is also Charlie's Aunt Helen who passed away in a car accident on the night of Charlie's 7th birthday.
Charlie is a shy and caring person but also has a lot of guilt.
He is extremely thoughtful, and this leads him to very good and very bad places.
When he was seven years old, he stopped asking after his Aunt Helen started crying.
He's also a loving guy, who takes good care of his friends.
Charlie portrays Helen as an extremely loving and caring woman.
However, later in the book we learn that she was actually an extremely disturbed woman who routinely molested Charlie - explaining his social awkwardness, breakdowns and supressed memories.
From that day on for the rest of the school year, the teachers have treated him differently; they gave him better grades, even though Charlie observed that he didn't get any smarter.
At home, Charlie noticed that his family left him alone because he started getting straight A's in school.
It wasn't until much later that his mom told Charlie what happened to his Aunt Helen. One day when he was in middle school, the principal announced over the PA system that his best friend, Michael, had passed away.