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A SHOW THAT CAN START A REAL AND MEANINGFUL DIALOGUE
I thought this show was an accurate depiction of the fight with depression and how it really can touch everyone. Someone with depression may see this show and identify with it right away. Or, possibly see the effects of what they leave behind. Granted it is a dramatization but still for someone else suffering, very accurate. Gone is the cookie cutter families that have a perfect life. That's not real. People can have real discussions because of this show. I appreciate the hot mess mom shows, or the shows show adultery (including the guilt), the co-parenting shows, the Hispanic loud families, or even the new shows that portray the problem with the medical culture. That is real life. We need more shows to shine a light on it so we talk about it. Instead of shoving it under the rug and acting like it never happens.
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