Frank is an organised person. He follows a morning routine every day, making his bed and brewing a cup of coffee. Frank is excited for today, because it's his first day in university.
Few weeks has passed, he still haven't got any friends. He always sits alone in class. His classmates often view him as a weird guy and therefore are hesitant to talk to him.
In the first term exam, Frank tried his best and scored with flying colours. Some of his classmates were envy of his achievement.
Frank's most feared day has arrived. Frank is grouped together with 3 other classmates in order to finish a group assignment. Due to his personality, he had trouble communicating with his teammates, making him contribute the least for the assignment. His teammates realised that eventually and started to ignore Frank, leaving him out of group discussions.
Frank decided to complain to the lecturer about his teammates. After the lecturer understand the situation, he blamed Frank for his lack of contribution to the assignment. Frank was devastated.
Frank was so upset. He went back home and sat on a chair. He looked at himself in a mirror and asked why is he the one to be blamed.