A few days after the day of the incident Lucy, Brittany, and Nate go to Brittany’s therapy appointment together where Brittany is getting the help she needs. After the appointment they decide to go to the park to hang out.
“I’m glad that you guys found me on that day. Thank you guys,” Brittany says.
“We wouldn’t be the same without you Brittany,” Lucy replies.
“We only did what was right and let’s promise to not do that ever again,” Nate says.
“We’ll always be here for you when you feel down,” Lucy says.
“Thanks guys. Thanks to you I get to live a happy life now with people who love me for who I am,” Brittany says.
The next day at school, the group decides to go to the principle and propose an idea to help prevent suicide, bullying, and vaping. The principle thinks that is a good idea and gives them funds to do it.
The group puts on presentation for the school and tells them about the dangers of vaping and the effects bullying has on the victims and that this can lead to potential suicide in the hopes of reducing the suicide rate in teens.
A few years later:
The group is now working to help prevent suicide and go around the world talking to people about the dangers of bullying and vaping. They realized as they were going out doing the presentations, that a small change can make a big difference. They all started as middle school students who experienced an event that changed their life, and now they were going around the world helping people with suicide and bullying and telling them about the effects of both things. They were making a huge difference in the world and they all felt proud of themselves. Through the experiences in their lives they all learned to love themselves and shared that with many others in hopes of making a difference in the world.
***”Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not,” -Dr. Seuss
***Remember that you mean something to this world and that without you it wouldn’t be complete. If you feel that your life isn’t worth living or you are a burden to people remember that there is always going to be someone who needs you as much as you need them. If you are feeling depressed or suicidal ask for help. there will always be someone that is willing to help you. Surround yourself with people who care about you and accept you for who you really are. Don’t try and change yourself to be loved but be loved by people who make you feel safe and yourself. (National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-8255)