Something of a guardian. She's a careful listener, so be cautious what you tell her. She won't tell anyone else, but she'll Know. She means well, but that doesn't mean she understands what Well means for you.

Sounds like radio static, words bleeding in through the interference. She will speak to you, but it won't always be coherent. She's trying her best, but try not to listen too long. The headaches are unbearable, and the confusion will never quite lift, no matter how hard you try to interpret her words. Hindsight is usually the only option you really have.

They just want to watch you. They're curious, unbearably so. They want to know so much, and they ask, but they can never seem to hear your answers. "Don't you wish you were normal?" "Did you choose this?" "If you could have, would you have chosen it?". They want to know so badly. They watch you to try and figure you out, but they can never quite seem to get the answers they're looking for.

Try not to dwell on their questions too much. They don't mean to hurt you, but if you think about it too hard, you will start to ache. Be polite when you ask them to stop. Maybe they will, maybe they won't, but it's better to be safe than sorry.

You'll hear this one long before you find her. She can usually be found tucked into thick overgrowth in forests and lawns, but her voice rings out clear as anything. You can listen for a while, but don't overdo it. When your ears start to ache, you'll know you should get some headphones on. You will want to keep listening, the song is always beautiful, but good things come in moderation sometimes.

Don't try to unearth her. Not even if you think you know a better place for her to live. The moment you start to dig up the soil around her mycelium roots, she'll start to die. It will be your fault. She knows what's best for her.

He doesn't have your best interests at heart. He wants to see you get uncomfortable. He knows exactly how to do it. You can try to drown him out with music, but most of the time it won't work. It's easier to lose the sound in radio static, it might even annoy him enough to make him leave.

Chances are it won't, though. Just get used to being upset.