Billie Eilish On Mental Health & Friendship | Ad Council


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  1. As a 13 year old who has went through bullying, depression and anxiety, self harm, and body image issues, just because I was 10 when this all started doesn’t mean I don’t have depression. This goes for everyone, not only myself. Now I am 4 months clean of self harming. I am so proud of where I am right now. My parents don’t support me, but I have lots of friends that have my back. I am so grateful to have them. My parents have made me feel like asking for help makes you weak, and this reassured me otherwise. Thanks Billie. I will always love you.

  2. No one helps when you are really in need, there was a time when my friend went into depression because of his problems and he could not help himself, he lost his dad when he was in school, his marks became poor, his girl left him, getting all such insults in his shop……..he was literally broken and lost interest in his life

  3. The reason I got to the deep point of depression I’m in is bc people kept telling me “it’s apart of being a teenager,” “it’s bc your diet needs to be better,” “you gotta stop acting this way and look happy,” “DONT say that you feel like that”

    And bc I pretended for a 1.5 year, I’m stuck and can’t get out

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