Emotional breakdowns are never easy. With only one semester standing between her and her diploma, Sloan Kyler lost almost everything-her friends, her health, her home, her future, her family, her mind, and her will to live. After bouncing from one mandatory hospital stay to another, searching for the right doctor to listen and the right medicine to keep her lucid, she did the only thing she still could: writing. This collection of poems (purposely ordered non-chronologically) detail a struggle to cope with mental illness, loss, and loneliness, and ultimately how to move forward and begin to heal-and reminds us all that healing isn’t always a linear process.
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Sloan Kyler is a first time author and long time poet currently living in Ohio. She has been writing poetry her entire life, but following a string of hospitalizations related to mental illness struggles she discovered that the only way to move on with her life was to write down her feelings and share. In her free time (which is all of it) she enjoys reading autobiographies, binge-watching true crime podcasts, and training her obnoxiously cute puppy, Olive.