5 Reasons to Avoid Netflix Series “13 Reasons Why”

4) Ignoring Mental Health

Suicide is not an act committed in a vacuum, and almost always contains a mental health component. The show suggests that suicide is the rational conclusion to a life wrought with strife, which is often what young people experiencing mental illness buy into.  Suicide is more complex than “bad things happened to me, so I guess I’ll kill myself today” and the subject matter deserves a more thorough treatment.


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