#I, depression. #I, anxiety.
Molly's life changed forever when she awoke from a panic-attack driven faint to discover her parents and sister had been brutally murdered while she was unconscious miles away.
For years, Molly has received intense counseling and is living on antidepressants to try and feel normal again. But being pushed around foster families, coping with extreme anxiety and bullying at her school makes the healing process almost non-existent.
Molly doesn't want to heal anymore. She feels like a hollow shadow, not truly alive, but not dead either. All she wants to do, is die. She just wants to be with her family once more because they abandoned her, they left her behind, and she knows no other way to see it.
On the day of her compelled suicide, Molly finds herself at a bridge. Just one jump would solve all her problems. She would be free to be with her family forever.
But fate has other ideas. And fate comes with the name of Max Johnson, the boy that against all odds, risks everything to save Molly's life.
As Max's world gets turned upside down, and Molly's heart begins to beat once again, can their love be enough to conquer depression?
Or is Max wasting his time on someone that may never want to be saved?
Told in both perspectives.
Warning: This story contains material that may be unsuitable for younger readers. This includes anxiety, depression, self-harm, suicidal scenes and bullying. There will be upsetting scenes and realistic viewpoints. Don't read if any of these are any triggers.