“Maybe for you there's a tomorrow. Maybe for you there's 1,000 or 3,000 or 10. So much time you can bathe in it. So much time you can waste it. But for some of us, there's only today. And what you do today matters. In the moment, and maybe into infinity. But I didn't know any of that until right before I fell. The thing is, you don't get to know. You don't wake up with a bad feeling in your stomach or see shadows move. If you're like me, you wake up 24 minutes and 47 seconds before your best friend is supposed to be picking you up. If you're like me, your last day starts like this.
"Ellen: People say they love you. But what they mean is they love how loving you makes them feel about themselves or what they can take away from you. (...)
Ellen: I just don't see the point.
Dr. William Beckham: In what?
Dr. William Beckham: There is no point. Or, at least, big picture, we don't get to know what it is. Why we live... , why Megan lost the baby... , why that girl killed herself...
Ellen: You're not reassuring me doctor.
"Have you ever been trapped? Lost in your own body? Lost in your own mind? Lost in time? So desperate to escape, to just...get out. My name is Susannah Cahalan. I'm 21 year-old. And here I am with my dream job at the New York Post. Living in New York.. I don't know, we all have dreams, right? And don't laugh at me, but to work at the Post was mine(...)
I have my whole life in front of me. I was fearless. And I had absolutely no idea, what was waiting for me(...)