Ashton can't take it anymore. It's a week until he starts at his new high school and the anxiety is eating away at him. People didn't like him at his old school so why would they here? They're going to judge him, hate him and abuse him. He's known nothing else, it was all the same at his other schools so why would this one be different? He doesn't want to start a new school, he doesn't want to meet new people and he doesn't want the continuous abuse from bullies to continue. He has another two years until the end of school and he doesn't think he can last that long. He doesn't want to last that long, he doesn't want to live. Luke just wants to help people. He hates being sad and he hates seeing others sad. That's why he decided to volunteer at a hotline for troubled and depressed teens. Who knew that a five minute phone call could mean so much to the boy with scarred arms and a broken heart.