Depression isn’t always predictable. And when it hits an obnoxiously independent therapist, his responses are even less predictable.
Hugh likes having a serious, committed relationship–maybe more than he ever imagined he would. When a former student kills himself, Hugh shuts down, unwilling to discuss it, numb to his feelings. He does everything he would tell a client not to do, refusing to process his grief.
Truman and Will try to respect his wishes, but at what point do you ignore the pigheadedness of the man you love and force him to accept help? They don’t know the answer to that, but they do know they’ll do whatever it takes to pull Hugh out of the dark.
Contains mentions of suicide and death, over-bearing friends-who-are-family, and a clumsy attempt at romance.