She said when she was younger she had "mental health problems"*. Strange how the language has changed: when I was younger they were called "emotional problems". She means anxiety in her teens; depression in her twenties.
See: anxiety is very common. So is depression. Together they mix like a cocktail from hell.
When I was younger, I used to think "you can't change everything in life, but you can change your attitude". Sometimes that helps. Maybe I can still help myself... I hope so.
Is it just me, or does this music sound really, really melancholy and sad?...
JEANETTE: SOY REBELDE
JEANETTE: FRENTE A FRENTE
*When I was younger, "emotional problems" usually meant "reactive depression", anxiety and "neurosis"; the label "mental problems" tended to be applied to more "serious" illness: manic depression, "endogenous depression" and schizophrenia...