Meghan Markle talks about the label of “mad, insane, hysterical”: Hysteria means womb

When she was younger, Meghan Markle recalls being called “mad, hysterical,” and “insane.”

Finally speaking out about disturbing instances where she was dubbed “hysterical,” “insane,” and even “crazy,” Meghan Markle.

In her most recent episode of Archetypes, the Duchess of Sussex made this assertion.

In her most recent episode of Archetypes, Meghan offers these ideas.

She was described as “mad” and “crazy” by people who knew her best in the episode in question, titled The Decoding of Crazy, which outlines these instances.

Raise your hand if you’ve ever heard the terms “crazy,” “hysterical,” “nuts,” “insane,” “out of your mind,” or “totally irrational,” she said as she gave the audience an activity to do.

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Okay, you get the point, she said to the group, who included Constance Wu, Jenny Slate, and Deepika Padukone.

She also questioned, “Now, if we were all in the same room and could see each other, I believe it would be quite obvious to tell just how many of us have our hands up?” during the interview. I agree, by the way.

She also made reference to the “shameless” word’s negative connotations throughout the programme, pointing out how it is “thrown around so casually” despite causing “harm” to “society and women, frankly everywhere.”

She said, “from families to reputations being wrecked, careers being destroyed, and relationships being shattered.”

She also made mentioned how women are portrayed in Hollywood and how shows like How I Met Your Mother and Scrubs “fuel” the stereotype of “crazy women.”

“Films and television, friends and family, and even arbitrary strangers have all pounded the use of these labels into our heads. The truth is that nobody wants this designation.

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She even referred to the “stigma surrounding the word” insane and its “silenci[ing] effect” on women who have “genuine mental health concerns.”

“Calling someone ‘crazy’ or ‘hysterical’ fundamentally diminishes what they’re experiencing.”

“It keeps going to the point that anyone who has been called it enough times can be gaslighted into believing that they are genuinely ill, or sometimes worse, to the point where real concerns of all types get disregarded.

That’s not happening today, she continued, adding her final statement.

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