In chapter four of Push, Precious starts to get deeper into her journal entries. Since being diagnosed with HIV, her teacher Ms. Rain has notice that Precious’s writing becomes worse as her emotions show that she is depressed. Ms. Rain and her friends try to keep encouraging Precious to keep writing because she gets better as the chapter progresses. In the chapter Precious steals her file from her counselor Ms. Weiss ‘s office, Precious then becomes angry because she finds information on file that she never wanted recorded and that Ms. Weiss felt that Precious would be a good “home attendant”. Precious took the file as very non-encouraging, which she used as motivation when she screams “No way! I’m getting my G.E.D, a job, and a place for me and Abdul, then I go to college. I don’t wanna‘home attend’ nobody” (Sapphire pg.120. p2). Precious also received another visit from her mother during counseling where both of them sat down and talked, when Precious found that her mother was clearly in denial about her abuse situation. Also in the chapter Precious attended some group meetings were other just like her have been raped and it came to a surprise to he when she found out a light skin women was also a victim. She gained lots of loved once she told her story which made her realize “How Mama and Daddy know me sixteen years and hate me, how a stranger meet me and love me” (Sapphire pg. 131. p2). The one good thing that Precious finds out is that there is a God and that both of her children are not infected with the HIV virus.