We don't have the answers.
We're just asking the question.
What happens when everyone around you is apparently 'crushing it', but you feel like the one being crushed?
What does it feel like to consistently lie about the status of your project, even to yourself?
What warning signs would Silicon Valley veterans like Paul Graham look for, and what can we learn from his unmatched experience helping young founders through 'The Trough of Sorrow'?
Risking everything on a crazy idea might sound cool from the outside or look super fun on Instagram, but we understand it can also be really friggin' tough.
You have to 'fake it til you make it', right? Don't worry, we get it. We've lived that mantra, and we know the toll it can take on teams of all ages and backgrounds.
So after recently hearing about yet another startup founder committing suicide, we decided to pose a simple question: