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    On Suicide & the families left behind

    Something Like Happy is a simple book about ordinary people with ordinary lives trying to live a good life while managing mental health struggles. It tells the story about Nick and Jade in a way that is easily relatable and feels very real, like they are a personal friend or acquaintance. Nick was planning to jump off a bridge when he was interrupted by Jade. Jade was able to talk him out of it and challenging him to complete a Happy List, which is basically like a bucket list but for simple, ordinary things that will make you happy but you might forget to do every once in a while. Their friendship grows, and is promising to grow into something more. But Jade has her own dark past and own pain to deal with which might hinder her into committing to a relationship. Will she fight when she is starting to feel something like happy. I personally have no qualms with this book except for the fact that the alternating POVs switch with no warning. No page breaks and no chapter breaks and sometimes in every paragraph. I hope the final work will be cleaner, as I have received an uncorrected proof. All in all, still a good story and a great attempt for mental health awareness. Much thanks to NetGalley, Harper Impulse and Killer Reads for this complimentary copy. This review is voluntary and opinions are fully my own.

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