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Vanessa was a loving person who was loved by so many people. She was accomplished, was a great artist, and had a great relationship with her family.
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She had lots of friends. She was always surrounded by friends. Mental illness like any other illness needs to be treated. There are stereotypes of depressed people as sad and lonely. She knew people loved her deeply. She was loved and supported by her mother and sisters as an artist and a lesbian.
There was a beautiful memorial on Sunday where we all shared about how selfless she was. There were stories after stories of her helping people, of how giving and loving she was. Suicide and mental illness are topics that rarely come up, particularly in the Latino community. There is stigma attached and the result is silence and secrecy.
Depression and mental illness are invisible. They are not like other diseases which manifest before our eyes. It is hard to ignore that someone has cancer or a broken bone. But many with depression suffer in silence. If we as a society can learn to be compassionate and understanding about these issues those in pain may be willing to come forward and seek treatment. There is no cure for depression but with medical treatment it is a manageable condition. I did not know Vanessa Libertad Garcia and cannot judge her situation or second-guess her decision to end her life.
But, something about her story really touched me. I hope the same is true for the rest of you.
If you feel you are in a crisis, whether or not you are thinking about killing yourself, please call the Lifeline. Written by Vanessa Erazo. LatinoBuzz is a weekly feature on SydneysBuzz that highlights Latino indie talent and upcoming trends in Latino film with the specific objective of presenting a broad range of Latino voices.
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