After an unsuccessful suicide attempt, a doctor recommends that Tracy receive a psychiatric evaluation for possible Bipolar Disorder.
Tracy fears being diagnosed because the “maniacal” stigma surrounding the disorder is hard to ignore. She's also scared of her friends' reactions.
Tracy knows she can’t allow social stigmas to determine what she has to do to help herself. She decides to accept the medication prescriptions from her doctor.
She turns to her mom to help her remain positive and even look for a job. Her father remains unsupportive and distances himself from the family to show his disapproval.
Tracy is prescribed medications that the doctors claimed would help her become more stable, but given her limited support and a job application that requests applicants state any mental health disorders, she struggles to stay strong.
Eventually, Tracy is overwhelmed by one of her many “lows” and she attempts suicide once more, this time being successful.
To die—to sleep, No more; and by a sleep to say we end The heart-ache...