Suicide and Crisis Lifeline: 988 (before: 1-800-273-TALK )
The Trevor Project: call and text (24hrs) [text: "START" to 678-678; call: 1-866-488-7386]
This story, though fantasy, should be treated with caution and respect. You never know what someone is going through because some people hide their emotions better than others, or lie better than others when it comes to emotions. There is no reason for any harsh remarks in the comments; be respectful to me and others around you.
Know that you are not alone in this world. There is help if you know where to look. Sometimes you just need to look - if you don't know where to look, ask a trusted friend, trusted adult, a parent, sibling, partner, anyone who you know will help you no matter what.
Since this story will be covering sensitive topics, it'd be best if you were over sixteen when reading this. If at any point you are uncomfortable, you can stop reading. Do not force yourself to continue if it brings up unpleasant feelings or thoughts.
Regardless, I'm thankful for anyone who will stay with me through this healing journey of self-love and acceptance between these two very different but both equally broken people.
Hey everyone! I hope you enjoy this heartbreaking, heartwarming story between two broken people. There will be sensitive topics and will be marked accordingly. Please be mindful of these topics and triggers as they are serious and should be treated seriously.
Age 16+ | heavy topics (suicide, death, depression) | bittersweet love story
Twenty-three year old Juni Sato hates his life. Ever since his younger sister died in a suicide bombing, he finds his life to be useless. Struggling with depression and a cutting disorder, he nearly calls it quits until he meets a mysterious college kid by the name of Aiki Jeo. Aiki gives Juni a sense of purpose, a sense of life that Juni hasn't felt since the death of his sister. But things take a dark turn when Aiki faces a life-threatening disease and begins to give up on his life. Now caught between his own life and Aiki's, Juni is wondering if he can somehow use his brokenness to heal the man he just might be feeling something for.