I am a victim of my own lies, and the doctors didn’t stop me. I’m not the only one. I’ve seen my peers face suicide, overdose, transition, and live their social lives on screens. Gen Z suffers disintegration of the nuclear family, hypersexualization, and emasculation. We are lost. We float in the internet. Screens and the Ego intersperses true stories and fiction to meditate on our confusion. While we use the language of mental health to describe our personalities and our sadness, my Arab grandma still uses the language of the soul. I wrote this book to mourn my generation’s loss of that concept. I wrote this book to reclaim my soul.