In the speech " There is a Depressive Monster named Xiaoyu " and an exclusive interview, Lin Yuheng, the author of " Little Depression ", said with emotion that because the elders in the family did not understand and even feared mental illness, the mother who suffered from bipolar disorder missed it. The golden age of treatment. And this regret that happened to a close relative may have become the driving force for Yuheng to de-stigmatize mental illness and learn to become a companion for a long time.
"My mom doesn't seem like everyone else" "When I was in high school, it was really a very uncomfortable experience and memory." When Yu Heng photo background removing was in high school, his mother was in the depression period of bipolar disorder . for breakfast. When he was preparing for college in high school, his mother went into hyperactive mania, with reduced sleep needs and often waking up in the middle of the night to do errands. Yu Heng, who was woken up and couldn't sleep well, could only doze off during class to make up for her sleep, but was reprimanded by the teacher, "Why are you sleeping all the time? If you don't get into a good university, your life will be ruined." Regarding her mother's situation, Yu Heng's elders held an attitude of "the family's uglyness cannot be made public." "Like my grandma would say, 'You must not let others know that your mother is different from others.
'" Later, Yu Heng blew up Courage to ask the teacher for help - "My mother seems to have depression, does the school have any resources to help him?" The teacher suggested Yuheng to move, and the school test was the priority. "That time I decided to close my heart again, I didn't trust anyone, and I didn't want to ask for help." Yuheng felt isolated and helpless, and because of this, there were many things she couldn't understand and understand about her mother. It was not until he interviewed his mother during the university production of "Little Depression" that Yu Heng learned that he was not depressed. With the increasing understanding of mental illness, the mother-daughter relationship has changed, and Yu Heng has unexpectedly become a helper.