"Most of us will never be ok, we'll just get better at dealing with it. I hope the flashbacks make sense now."
Somewhere along the journey of social and societal evolution, a devastating idea known as 'the norm' came out to play. The blissfully ignorant finger of stigma and judgement pointed at us, paralysed us, and left us afraid to discuss life's delicate matters of mental illness, ambition, and individuality.
A teenage life of giving this 'normality' the middle finger gifted twenty-year-old Conor with fulfilment, happiness, and self-awareness.
But not without a cost.
Amidst the unsuspecting excitement of a lively house party, Conor talks his way through the hairpins and chicanes of an emotional racetrack. With the persuasion of an open-minded stranger, he tells his decade long story of mental struggles, misunderstandings, and how his fight against 'the norm' taught him the fragile yet priceless nature of our own lives.