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While the show is primarily focused on Dr. Harmon, the mentality of his son, Devin, is the central plotline. The teen exhibits signs of sociopathy, and the writers provide encounter after encounter showing his lack of empathy or remorse.
It felt like there was more Dr. Harmon could have done. The family suffered from the fear of the stigma around mental health. What could have happened had he pressed the issue with his son or turned in the manifesto to the police?
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In the courtyards of the Summerhouse Estate, a thriving but underground drugs business is being run by Dushane and his friend Sully. Ra'Nell is forced to 'step-up' after his mother is committed to a hospital after suffering a mental breakdown.
Pure, Channel 4's latest thing to set cats among pigeons, can lay claim to being rather taboo-busting, and is bound to win plaudits. Rightly so, in many ways: it's the interpretation of a book about mental illness - specifically, a form of OCD designated "pure", as the symptoms occur not physically but as mental obsessions, often savagely debilitating. Poor 24-year-old Marnie just happens to see tonguing, furry, sweaty, awful porn-sex between whichever people she's looking at whenever it kicks in. She hates it - knowing something's slightly off with her brain - and she loves it - being 24 in London, and ditto.
Rue and Jules's relationship soured over time, due to the pressure Rue felt to keep sober (and, in turn, the pressure Jules felt to support her) and Nate's malicious blackmailing. Jules eventually confesses this to Rue, and the two make drunken plans to run away and live together in another city. That being said, Rue gets cold feet at the last moment and decides she doesn't want to leave after all (citing mental health and her family worrying as potential factors), and Jules carries out the plan without her.
In Series Two, Alice has been placed in a mental institution. In S02E01, Luther visits her and the two talk where Luther take a bite out of an apple. Later, while walking outside, Luther wedges a keycard in the apple and throws it over the wall, which Alice finds. In S02E02, Alice has escaped from the institution and visits Luther in his new apartment. She states that she is going to go to Mexico, but that is only the first stop. She tries to convince Luther to come with her, saying that his work with the police is killing him. Luther agrees that it is, and even agrees that running away with Alice would be extraordinarily fun for him. However, he must remain in London and continue working for the police.
The Me You Can't See is a documentary series exploring mental health and emotional well-being, available May 21, 2021 on Apple TV+. The show is hosted by Oprah Winfrey and Prince Harry. It was created in partnership with a council of professional mental health advisers and experts in various specialties. 041b061a72