“Survival, Recovery, Acceptance”

Jordan tells the story of how he, as a high school student, seemed to have it all. But the smiling happy face was a mask he wore to cover the anxiety and depression that lay beneath the surface—until a year later, when he found himself in a treatment center, and not long after that, in a hospital bed, following a suicide attempt. Now, Jordan speaks out about his struggles, a messenger of hope for others that although we can’t choose the things that happen to us we CAN choose how we cope with them.