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One reason we all love Dear Evan Hanson is the way that the show accurately represents mental illness. Most media has a hard time doing this, so finding a story and characters that accurately portray the symptoms and feelings of anxiety and depression feels like a beacon of light amongst the darkness of stereotypes. In this video, I want to talk a little bit more about the mental illness represented in Dear Evan Hansen and their symptoms and treatments. Also, if you couldn't guess already, this video contains spoilers about pretty much the whole show. Disclaimer: I am NOT a psychologist or doctor, so please do not use this video for self-diagnosis. All the mental disorders discussed in this video should be diagnosed by a doctor. If you find yourself experiencing the symptoms mentioned in this video, please speak to a medical professional for an actual diagnosis. In a similar thread, because this video talks about anxiety and depression, it may be triggering for some people. Also, I did do all the research to find the information used in this video, and the sources are listed in the description. I would also like to note that this video is based on my opinions of the characters in the show, and all these are just possible disorders that I think they might have. Alright, let's begin. Let's start with anxiety disorders. Evan's anxiety really is the driving force of the show, and while there are many anxiety disorders, I want to focus specifically on generalized anxiety disorder and social anxiety disorder. Generalized anxiety disorder is an intense, overwhelming anxiety about seemingly normal things. People with GAD know that their worry is irrational. The disorder usually develops between childhood and middle age. People with GAD can have other mental disorders as well,...