‘I have these whispers in my ears, I see things and my mind is so full of thoughts that it’s really tough to choose one. It’s just so crowded and…
I don’t know how to uncrowd it.
I don’t know how to focus.
I don’t know what to do.
I can’t think about only one thing and it makes my head ache.’
This is a simple story really, about amongst other things, a bunch of suicidal teenagers convincing each other suicide isn’t an option.
It’s hard to keep your shit together when the worst thing has happened. It’s hard to smile and pretend like everything’s okay but well, we do it anyways, don’t we?
But What happens when the burden gets heavier? What happens when that ray of light disappears?
Being a teenager is a war, the question is: will we get out of it alive?
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Yashika Vahi is an author, painter and a blogger. She currently studies in High School. Her hobbies include reading and playing with animals. She believes veganism is the future and hopes to make people take teenagers’ mental health seriously.