What is a wallflower personality?

What is a wallflower personality?

A wallflower is someone with an introverted personality type (or in more extreme cases, social anxiety) who will attend parties and social gatherings, but will usually distance themselves from the crowd and actively avoid being in the limelight.

What was wrong with Charlie in The Perks of Being a Wallflower?

After being hospitalized for the summer after his best friend commits suicide, Charlie who suffers from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), is about to embark on his first year of high school. ... Charlie's anxiety goes back to the first traumatic event in his life, the death of his Aunt Helen.

Is The Perks of Being a Wallflower a real story?

The story began when Chbosky was in school, evolving from another book on which he was working. ... Charlie was loosely based on Chbosky himself. In the novel, Chbosky included much of his own memories from the time he lived in Pittsburgh.

Does Patrick kiss Charlie?

Summary: Patrick kisses Charlie at the end of the night, but Charlie doesn't get mad, because he understands that it's just a symptom of Patrick missing Brad.

Why is Patrick called nothing?

Patrick is a hilarious character. His nickname was "Nothing" for a while. He got his nickname because when he was in middle school, kids used to tease him, and they started calling him "Patty" so he told these kids, "Listen you either call me Patrick, or you call me nothing," and ever since then his name just stuck.

Does Charlie's sister get an abortion?

When Candice gets pregnant, Charlie drives her to Planned Parenthood to get an abortion. ... In the film, Candice's pregnancy and abortion was not included and was cut from the final film.

Who does Charlie end up with in The Perks of Being a Wallflower?

Mary Elizabeth breaks up with him. Everyone is mad at Charlie for a while but in the end they forgive him because he stood up for Patrick during a fight he was having with Brad. Later, when Brad breaks up with Patrick, Charlie help him cope. He remains friends with everyone, eventually getting together with Sam.

What was the ending of the perks of being a wallflower?

Charlie forgives the memory of his Aunt Helen, and the novel ends with Charlie writing that he is planning to stop writing letters and to start participating fully in his life.