Being Latino — transcript
RODOLFO: Being Latino made it harder because there's a silence over things. There are just things that you don't talk about.
ANNOUNCER: Real Men. Real Depression. Rodolfo Palma-Lulión talks about it.
RODOLFO: When I told my parents I had depression, I was like "Look Mom I'm depressed, you know, I can't deal with things anymore," and once I involved other people it became easier.
ANNOUNCER: It takes courage to ask for help. For information call the National Institute of Mental Health at 1-866-227-NIMH.