Aamir Khan’s daughter Ira Khan has opened up to her again tryst with clinical depression, but this time her video was more about her ‘Privilege’. She said her privileged life made her doubt her mental health could be anything but good.
She started her vlog on Instagram, with a long note in the caption, “I never talked to anyone about anything because I assumed my privilege meant I had to handle my stuff on my own, or if there was something bigger it would be. make people need a better answer than “ I don’t know. ” It made me feel like I needed a better answer and until I got that answer, my feelings weren’t something to bother someone else with No problem was big enough to think too long What would someone do? I had everything. What would someone say? I said it all. [sic]”
She added, “ I still think there’s a little part of me that thinks I’m making all this up, that I have nothing to feel bad about, that I’m not trying hard enough, that I might be overreacting. Reply. Old habits die hard. It takes my worst feeling to make myself believe it’s bad enough to be taken seriously. And no matter how many things I have, how nice people are to me because of my dad, how nice people are to me because they love and care about me … when I feel a certain way, a certain unpleasant way, how much can I try rationally to explain these things to myself? Shouldn’t I get up and try to fix things instead? I can’t do that for myself, shouldn’t I ask for help? [sic]”
Here’s the latest vlog from Ira Khan:
In the video, Ira Khan said she would cry all the time for no reason to be upset or sleep a lot, or even cancel all of her plans to meet her friends just to avoid changing the mood of others. would spoil with her behavior.
Speaking further about her reasons behind her depression, Ira Khan said that even her parents’ divorce – Aamir Khan and his ex-wife Reena Dutta – didn’t really scar her as many would think. “When I was little, my parents divorced. But that didn’t seem like something that would traumatize me, because my parents’ divorce was amicable. They are friends, the whole family is still friends. We are not one by any family. broken family.means, ‘she said in her video.
Netizens were quick to respond to Ira’s video saying, “Was that a jibe on Kangana?” For the inexperienced, Kangana Ranaut had done that before compared her teenage journey to Ira Khan, adding that the star’s depression is due to her having a “broken home.”
Tweeted Kangana Ranaut“When I was 16, I faced physical violence, single-handedly taking care of my sister who was burned with acid and also media wrath. There can be many reasons for depression, but it is generally difficult for broken families children, the traditional family system is very important [sic]”
We wonder what Kangana Ranaut has to say about Ira Khan’s latest video, this time!
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