We live in a world where we are constantly waiting.Waiting for the day our parents finally let us take the family car for a spin. Waiting until we graduate high school. Waiting for our 19th birthday to take that first (legal) sip of alcohol.
In the past couple weeks the Internet has focused its attention on the Netflix series 13 Reasons Why. Naturally, mindyourmind has been paying attention, given that the series, based on the wildly popular book of the same name, deals with youth suicide.
Once upon a time, in the suburban landscape of Farrhaven, there was an awkward and lanky 16 year old girl who worked at the local grocery market. One day, a tall, shy, and handsome boy arrived at the market to purchase a French baguette for his family dinner.
If you haven’t already heard of it, Project Semicolon was developed by Amy Bleuel as a non-profit movement dedicated to providing hope, encouragement, inspiration and love for those struggling with mental illness, suicide, addiction, and self-
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