Since his parents were killed by a drunk driver five years ago, Bailey Salinger has had to learn to take care of his siblings and himself. Sometimes it feels like so much has changed that nobody quite get itnot his familyCharlie, Julia, Claudia, and Owenor even his girlfriend, Sarah. That's why he need a place where he can think through, let his true emotions out, and just be himself.
He opens up about falling in lovewith Kate, Jill, Sarah, and Annieand reveals his intimate experiences with sex. He talks about collegeliving on his own, wrestling, classes, and partying. Here is Bailey is completely honest about his drinking and about the car accident that almost killed Sarah. In his journal he can write about the tough times his family has gone through, and more than anything he remembers the good times and focuses on holding everyone together, because through it all that's what matters most.