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"13 Reasons Why" Season 2: What it Got Wrong

Last year, Netflix’s “13 Reasons Why” quickly gained the attention of viewers as well as the concern of parents and mental health professionals. While some argue that the show is helpful is starting conversations on sensitive or taboo topics, such as suicidal ideation, others were concerned that the show’s depictions are harmful to its viewers, particularly those with mental health issues. 831 palabras más

Depression

Rant about the human race.

i always wonder if my mental health is affected by the way the world is. not just regarding politics and other government failings, im talking about how society is. 514 palabras más

…on hashing out the “if’s” and “when’s”

A couple of months ago I wrote a blog post stating that I was going to take a little break from writing — needing to step back to see exactly what it was that I needed to step up to do.   1.575 palabras más

Parenting

13 Reasons Why Season 2: Kicking off the Conversation

When “13 Reasons Why” was released last year on Netflix, the show received much attention, both good and bad. Some praised the high school drama for bringing up issues that are often swept under the rug, such as depression, suicidality and rape. 307 palabras más

School

Words Sink Deep (Poem)

You hurt me today,

The names you called me and lies you told,

Did it make you happy?

Being so cold.

You plunged your knife into my back, 103 palabras más

Mental Health

The Tree

Fred has had a rough life. His childhood was filled with hurt, pain, disappointment, betrayal, and abuse. Mom and Dad didn’t know the Lord and made fun of those “high and mighty do-gooders.” 360 palabras más