One of Shakespeare’s less well-known comedies, All’s Well That Ends Well is a “problem play” which explores how we can grow up under pressure. In this play, we find Helena, a poor orphan, in love with Bertram, the son of a count. When Helena saves the life of the King of France, he grants her permission to marry whomever she chooses, and she chooses Bertram. Unfortunately, Bertram thinks Helena is beneath him, and abruptly leaves her. What follows is a story of forgiveness, grace, and learning to have humility as we mature.