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I’ll cut right to the chase. This is not a review of a single film. It’s not even a review of all three Iron Man films. This is a psychological case conceptualization of a singular character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe: Tony Stark.
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Millions of people across the world are diagnosed as suffering from mental illness. And though most of those are disorders are common and well-known (such as depression, anxiety and phobias) there are also some unusual and bizarre disorders. For example:
1. Stockholm Syndrome – Typically…
|People really need to stop saying "I suffer from depression" or "I have a friend who suffers from depression." No, you are someone living with depression or you have a friend who's living with depression. Sure having this mental health disorder amplifies the negatives in your life, mind, body and soul. I'm not disregarding that. What I'm trying to say is.. when people add that extra negative connotation to it, the person affected experiences it more on a micro level. That language is stigmatizing not to mention flat out oppressive. Aren't we all just advocating for the end of that 'us and them' mentality!? well I can't speak all people, but I am. Stigma started with you (and me), and it can end with us. So if people could just watch their words a little bit. That'd be really nice.|
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