Ben has schizophrenia and is discovering her genderqueer identity. Alex has major depressive disorder. As they navigate the world post-psychiatric treatment, their fresh friendship anchors them to a common goal to find a deeper meaning in their new lives. Meanwhile, Ben struggles in a relationship with her girlfriend, Reagan, a high-strung residential treatment counselor.
Ben Beckley and Alex Aldin are learning to navigate life after leaving psychiatric treatment for schizophrenia and major depressive disorder. Their fresh friendship anchors them to a common goal as they try to find a deeper meaning in their new lives. Ben struggles in her relationship with her girlfriend, Reagan, a high-strung residential treatment counselor.
Ben and Alex meet up in music therapy. Music therapy is fine in theory, but the teacher has some funny ideas about what you should be singing in the loony bin. Maybe it's cool though.
Ben gets out of the hospital and has a heart to heart with her girlfriend Reagan. Reagan also meets Ben's friend Clarice.... Fresh air never felt so good.
Ben and Alex attempt to seize the day, but a few obstacles get in the way. This life is tough.
Ben and Alex meet in the park to get their fish on; Ben's a real pro.
Too much work drives a wedge between Reagan and Ben, and Ben experiences some irritating symptoms. Still, date night isn't totally shot!
A therapy session gets Ben thinking about the way schizophrenia affects her life and her relationships. Hey, we've all got feelings, whatever.
Ben and Alex do an open mic!