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Alex is an average teenage girl living an average teenage life when, halfway through her first year of college, she finds herself in a hospital bed for a self-mutilation relapse gone drastically wrong. Mentally trying to piece together how things got so out of hand, she recounts the events of the past few years that influenced her gradual lapse into depression - and what she learns along the way will forever change her outlook on life and on herself. The Lighthouse on the Wall is a story of firsts: of love, of change, and of the inevitable blessings and heartaches that come with growing up; reminding us that life always offers up more than one perspective to shine through in even the darkest of times.While this book is not an autobiography, it is largely inspired by the people and experiences from my own life and is meant to represent the general population of individuals struggling with depression. This is a realistic fiction, coming-of-age type story that focuses on tough topics pertaining to many young adults today such as depression, self-harm, alcoholism, and the difficulties of relationships between friends, family members, and significant others alike. The story itself alternates chapters between counseling sessions and flashbacks experienced by the narrator, as well as several journal entries.