I hated this article. The read was incredibly similar to a high school student writing a paper on what it is to be accountable, with the inclusion of the definition of accountability, as though the reader has no knowledge on the subject. I really got the public-speaker vibe from this article, like he was trying to motivate his crowd. I disagree almost entirely on his opinion about accountability and depression. speaking on personal experience, that can be a great motivator, when applicable. I don't feel he should speak on behalf of any mentally/emotionally unstable persons, because his arguments sound unreliable and biased. The article is almost like an advert; just super inconsiderate and wrong, for lack of a better word. And, I feel like his portion of finding an "accountability partner" is a bit contradictory. How are you supposed to be accountable for yourself if you are consistently relying on someone to assure your own accountability? 2/10, would not recommend.