13 Reasons Why Review

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13 Reasons Why Review

13 reasons why a netflix original is about Hannah, a young woman who takes her own life. Here is the review.

I personally have watched bits and pieces from it, but not fully through and never have I even seen season two and I wouldn’t even dare look at season three.

From the first season (the parts I have watched) it just showcases 13 reasons why a young lady killed herself- and I am guessing that the rest of the show is also 13 reasons why other cast members killed themselves (I am not sure so do not quote me and correct me if I am wrong).

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Now here is the dilemma I have with Netflix and this show.

As a person with mental illness, someone who has tried to (not to offend anyone) take her own life and even has seen what someone who does take their own life does to, not only a family, but also each individual that feel as if the series should be taken off the air and replaced with something more positive.

In a Times article dated June, 20th, 2019, it states that the suicide rate is at its highest since WWII. Now I can go on and on about why I believe they are up and eventually I will but right now we are focusing on the show.

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So I have some questions Netflix- why? What is the fulfillment for this show? What are we gaining from this? What are we learning from this? I have a lot of questions.

But we will get into that later because if you are anything like me you are barely making it through the first half of this and clicking out.

Don’t you hate when articles are like 29737648 words? Like NEWS FLASH us young folk do not like long boring articles. But anyway, I will be back with the rest of my commentary on another post so bookmark this page and stay tuned.


Meet DaYanna Crider DaYanna was born and raised in a small town in Illinois. She was diagnosed with Autism, Depression, Anxiety and a general mood disorder by the age of twelve. Growing up she was very quiet, shy and to herself. DaYanna is a high school graduate and plans to continue her education at Grand Canyon University. As she got older, she learned that her personal life experiences could help others see that their now isn’t their forever. DaYanna got the vision for Asteem December 2018 when people came up to her asking her for advice mand wanted to understand how DaYanna was able to be so kind and sweet to others after being bullied in a Facebook group. DaYanna wants other people her age to know that even when life seems so low and seems like it will never get better; it will! At the age of twenty DaYanna knows that the world needs more youth voices on the topics of mental health, religion, social media, school, and just everyday life that young people go through. In her spare time DaYanna loves to read, cook, sing, write, help others, spend time with special loved ones and have fun with kids. Through Asteem DaYanna hopes to provide a safe space for all!

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