Celebrity Buzz Entertainment Latest on POPSLAM “Stranger Things” Star Advises Against Watching “13 Reasons Why” For A Shocking Reason By POPSLAM Media Staff Posted on April 24, 2017 2 min read 0 0 757 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Credit: IMBD 13 Reasons Why is a Netflix series based on the 2007 novel by Jay Asher. Weeks after it released it quickly became the most talked about show of 2017. The show follows teenager Clay Jensen and his mission to discover why his classmate, Hannah Baker commits suicide. Baker took her life after recording 13 tapes dedicated to the people who played a key role in her decision. While the show has received much praise and has struck a chord with many, some find the show to be harming. Barb Advises Not to Watch Stranger Things, Shannon Purser, who portrays Barb on the show chimed in saying “I would advise against watching 13 Reasons Why if you currently struggle with suicidal thoughts or self harm/have undergone sexual assault.” I would advise against watching 13 Reasons Why if you currently struggle with suicidal thoughts or self harm/have undergone sexual assault. — Shannon Purser (@shannonpurser) April 18, 2017 There are some very graphic scenes in there that could easily trigger painful memories and feelings. Please protect yourselves. — Shannon Purser (@shannonpurser) April 18, 2017 Purser is not the only one advising against watching the show either. Headspace, an Australian mental health organization, says the show is dangerous and risky. Huffington Post Australia reports, “Headspace said it had “received a growing numbers of calls and emails directly related to the program”, with the national manager of Headspace school support Kristen Douglas telling The Huffington Post Australia that schools and parents had already been in contact expressing their concern.” What do you think about Purser’s tweet? Let us know in the comments below. Visit popslam.com for more insider news.