This Young Woman Captures What Depression Feels Like in a Beautiful and Heartbreaking Way
This is a powerful and unflinching look at a very serious condition.
Sabrina Benaim, 26, is a spoken word poet from Toronto who struggles with depression and anxiety, according to her website. In the performance below, she spectacularly articulates what it feels like to live with these conditions and the frustration that comes from trying explain herself to others.
Watch Sabrina Benaim’s “Explaining My Depression to My Mother” at the 2014 National Poetry Slam in the video below:
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