Sometimes, your own thoughts can consume you. When you refuse to give those thoughts consideration, they can take on a life of their own.
Shawn refuses to believe the thoughts in his own head, but his brain demands to be heard. It creates a hallucinatory figment of Shawn that only he can see and hear. This skewed version nurtures fears of depression and self-loathing, attempting to drive him mad in the hope he will end his own life.
Will his brain snap, or is it possible to defeat your own subconscious?