I found this documentary on Netflix randomly but found it profoundly inspiring. Here is the back story: This documentary is lead by Jacqueline Monetta, who initially shares her story about the tragic and unexpected loss of her best friend to suicide. She shares that she engaged in her own self-reflection. She described, in her own experiences, the stages of grief: denial, anger, depression, bargaining and acceptance. And she began her journey to give other youth who have struggled with depression, self-harm, and suicidal thoughts a voice to share their stories of pain and resiliency. The documentary captures Jacqueline interviewing survivors of past suicidality and depression, who share their diverse stories of loss, trauma, guilt, self-hatred and shame. She also focuses on ways that these beautiful individuals found their strength and their hope.