13 Hard-Hitting Dialogues From 13 Reasons Why 2 Will Wrench Your Heart Apart
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Ever since the most-awaited show 13 Reasons Why Season 2 has dropped in, the entire team was busy tuning in to the Netflix to search the answers carried forward from season 1. Finally, the season 2 is complete, giving us all a new perspective towards life, and of course, to this serial. Though a lot of them were disappointed with its constant twists and turns, frequent ups and downs, and not to miss, unbearable teenage troubled life showcased through these bunch of kids. Well, not kids, TEENAGERS.
It's not easy to be a teenager, right? Neither you are an adult, nor a child anymore. The constant hunger to grab attention, being the most popular student of the school/college yet attaining good grades to make a life out of it ain't easy. Or is it?
This is yet to figure out. The 13 Reasons Why Season 2 has given us so many reasons to binge watch this in front of our family and friends, and discuss the intense issues among ourselves to lead a healthy and a happy life.
Life wasn't easy for Hannah Baker, Clay Jensen, or Jessica Davis. We could so second the thoughts of these characters, that it actually left us with a heavy heart at the end of every episode.
To make it look so good to be true, the new series just dropped in acts as an eye-opener to a lot of people, including the team of The Brunette Diaries, and here we are, giving you 13 best quotes from 13 Reasons Why 2!
Check them out!
That's how it works with the girls. People judge you by the way you look, the things they hear about you, they put a label on you.
Boys get to define themselves, they get to choose their identity, and they get to hide behind it.
This line left me numb! The day when Jess had a trial, she searching for all the answers what made Hannah do that, and is it justifying the current scenario she is going through left us with moist eyes. Sexism is something we don't talk about it much, and this monologue raised the hair on our neck.
I'm tired of staring at my closet, wondering what people are gonna think, wondering what I can wear that'll cover the most skin. What I can hide in.
Felt the same thing, right? The inner rebel dies when the weird stares, the awkward walk in the hallway and the whispers start haunting you for the crime you never committed, for the crime which was not even worth labeling it to be one!
There are all different ways when boys mess with girls. And in some ways, we let them do it.
Being a girl, I somewhere get the blame all on me to entertain someone or the other which let me down someday. Isn't that relatable much?
It's easy to let that happen. To lose yourself, to believe that no one could ever know you or love you. You are the only person that knows what you are going through, and you convince yourself that it is going to get better. And then it doesn't!
Loneliness can kill someone, but before killing it from inside out, it empties you! And this sentence struck the right chord with the audience, who are actually derived from the feeling of being loved. What is love?
Keeping it in, that's not brave. Feeling the pain, facing it, that takes courage. Its okay to let it out.
Or is it not?
How can you fix something if you don't know whats broken?
Damn, this thing! This is haunting me since forever... Do you really know what is broken in you? Or the entire you?
Some kids can speak their truth, some don't. Not in front of us, or their families.
We've all got introvert issues, but we never knew these issues will get so grave, that they will start to live with us, forever!
They think what's hurting can never be healed. So, they don't tell us, They try to hide, they deflect. They try to be the person they want us to see.
Is hiding really an option? Or just an escapist behavior? Think...
What happened to you was not your fault. Men can control themselves. Everybody can. Everybody acts like a consent is a complicated thing, but no, it's not. All right? Everybody knows whether they have it or not. and it was that boys job to know. It wasn't your fault.
Enough stated, enough asked!
We all do things we are not proud of, and they seem to find out that one thing you wish they wouldn't.
This society might be a bad place to live in, it lets you down now and then. So, why worry?
Girls don't just get themselves into bad situations. Guys make the situation bad. You don't know what situation is it to be like, to be that girl in the room.
Sheri gave us some amazing perspectives, from not to be a part of the room, to act all dead despite being the part of that room, GEDDIT?
I don't know a single woman who has not faced a sexual assault, abuse, or worse. Not one. Many survive, and my daughter didn't, and that's not her fault.
Mrs. Baker was not one percent wrong when she stated this in the courtroom. So, are you talking about it?
We can get better, we can do better. But we are still live in a world that is out to break us anyway it can.
Yes, we can! Let's start over things and open a new chapter of life.
It isn't easy to move on, or advise people to move on. All you can do is, just listen! Listen to them, be for them, and share every detail with each other.