The new season of 13 Reasons Why picks up where the show’s debut left off and tries to tackle several painful subjects, including suicide, depression, bullying, sexual assault, and the threat of school violence. 

That’s intense content even for adult viewers. But for adolescents and teens, particularly those who’ve already endured some type of trauma, these storylines can feel all too real. 

A new toolkit created by dozens of mental health experts is designed to help anyone who encounters the show — either by watching or hearing about it — deal with its potentially traumatizing plots and themes.  Read more…

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