We expect more from you, Amelie. Your grades have been very disappointing.
I feel so stressed out, I don't think I can continue on with this anymore.
There is a group of friends, Amy, Amelie, and Elijah. They are in their 2nd year of Junior College and are about to take their 'A' Levels examinations.
Hey, Amelie are you okay? You have been looking very sad lately.
Well, I've been feeling really stressed out about my studies and I feel like giving up on everything.
Well, maybe we should get you some help if that's okay with you.
One of their friends, Amelie, has been facing immense pressure from her parents to excel in her studies, even though she has been trying her hardest to do well.
It has led to Amelie having suicidal thoughts constantly.
Amelie opens up to Amy and Elijah. Elijah then offers to get her some help, which she eventually accepts. This teaches the audience that when we are facing problems, we shouldn't be afraid to open up to others.
Amelie eventually seeks help from a counsellor and feels much better after seeking help.
From this play, people would learn that mental health is just as important as physical health. They would also learn that when we have friends who are facing suicidal thoughts, we should never ostracize them, but should help them in any way that we can.