So I've got this huge project due on Wednesday, and I decided to write a short story about mental disorders (depression and anxiety as the focal points), but I can't for the life of me get a title. Some information: - It's written in first person - Name, gender, sexuality, ethnicity, etc. is never brought up - Takes place over a work week, with the character narrating their thoughts throughout the day - Hope is a huge theme; the first and last words being 'Hope' - Cynical and apocalyptic undertones (nothing gets better, what's the point, etc.) - Consciously aware that their anxiety is wrong, but falling victim to it regardless - Anxiety and depression are almost anthropomorphized - Comparing life to others - It's supposed to be a 'message' - showing the readers how depression and anxiety work, that people aren't always crying in bed or curled up in the fetal position like the media portrays them; daily functioning If I think of any more information, I'll add it. I've been trying to think of a title for a while now. The story is done, edited, and ready to be submitted - but this damn title is holding me back. I'm really not looking for anything fancy, although I'd definitely prefer something with ambiguity, double/hidden meaning, or deceptive. Even if you think of just one word, it could be helpful! Thanks for any help you guys can offer!