The root of Penn's mental health problem
from The Daily Pennsylvanian
As he walked to the class that he told himself he would definitely not miss again, Jack stopped to focus on the cars whizzing by on Spruce Street. With each passing car, flashing visions of closing his eyes and darting into the street became increasingly vivid and realistic. "It felt like a bad horror movie — everything was fear and everyone felt like enemies that would never understand or be able to help," said Jack Park, a second semester freshman at the time. "Every day and everyone around me seemed to prove how meaningless my life was."
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