Teenage Jessica is running from one place to another, one person to another, searching for a meaningful sense of self. Writing helps, but ultimately, when multiple tragedies strike, it is not enough. A cautionary tale about the universal need people have for one another, emphasizing the importance of a strong support system to help us through hard times.
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