Raising Awareness for Mental Illness and Emotional Disorders.
Life isn’t about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself.
George Bernard Shaw
Ashlynn is having these dreams of another life. A life where she is a girl named Riley. Ashlynn seeks help in understanding why she is having such vivid dreams, along with issues regarding anxiety. After seeking help she begins to have ‘blackouts,’ in which she remembers things about Riley’s life.
As the blackouts begin to come more frequently, Ashlynn’s anxiety worsens. She becomes terrified of the memories and worries about herself. She is worried about what is happening to Riley in her recollections, but scared to find out what comes next. Ashlynn seems to be uncovering a mystery through recollections about another life.
Ashlynn struggles to keep up with her life. She can’t seem to figure out who she is or what she wants because she’s grappling with another persona. If she wants to move on with her life, she will need to determine why she’s having these recollections and what she can do to stop them. She can’t be two people forever- Can she?
Catch Up with Riley and Ashlynn in Caught In A Dream
Ashlynn has arrived in Riley’s home town. This town holds the answers Ashlynn’s been searching for. She needs to search deep within herself and deep within the town to uncover what happened to Riley seventeen years ago. In the town that Riley grew up in, Riley’s spirit is closer to Ashlynn than ever before. Ashlynn no longer needs to dream her memories, instead they hit her while she’s wide awake.
Riley’s proximity places an immense amount of stress on Ashlynn, but she can not carry it alone. Jordan, Riley’s mysterious and handsome new friend accompanies her on this journey. But, he too has his own inner voices. Will Ashlynn solve Riley’s mystery? Can the two of them hold on to their sanity and separate reality from hallucinations?
Catch Up with Riley and Ashlynn in Caught In A Mystery
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