Have you ever had toface difficult times in your life, such as bullying, teen pressure, suicide or even sexual assault? And you just don’t knowwhat to do. So one night I came across a series called “13 Reasons why “. It’s basically 13series that is put into one show to make up this great story. It’s about how a group of studenthandles the pressure after one of their fellow classmates and friend Hannah Baker dies of suicide.The story is so good either you going to watch it all in one night or watch it little bylittle. I personally watched it all in one night.
. I’m going to give you my review on why I feel you shouldwatch it, or you shouldn’t watch it. 13Reasons Why is an important series that strictly discusses bullying, and allthe problems that a lot of teens are facing today inschool. It shows how teens dealt with these types of situations. Please becareful if you are planning on watching this series. I think it was well put together, and very well disturbing, but it is very extremely importantthat you talk to you children about this issue.
. I’ve heardmany people speak about how the show is too dramatic and sad for them to watch because of being avictim of suicide or sexual assault. I respect anyone’s choice to not watch the series ,however, I found it to be an important series to view. I would LEWIS 2caution people to not discourage othersfrom watching 13 Reasons Why if they have not seen the series themselves. It’s unethical tospeak about a show from a place of ignorance. Ihave experienced depression and suicidal firsthand, but I recognize that many people who are potential viewers of this series may nothave had suicidal thoughts. Not everyone knows what it’s like to feel like they don’t want toexist anymore. Hannah ultimately takes her own life, because she felt alone, and she didn’t have nowhere to go.
There are a series of events that lead up to the moment where she is dead in a bathtub.The series shows the dangers of teen suicide and how adults are often unaware of the warningsigns that teens display before they take their own lives. Hannah slowly loses her friends, beginsto isolate from others, her grades slip and her appearance changes drastically. Shetries to reach out for help multiple times but her cries go unnoticed.