Hey guys, so I have a main character, one of five/ten(I'll explain later) called Tai who has anorexia and depression.His condition both stem from his traumatic experience in his homeland of Laos. As fighting occurred in the area, his village slowly declined, leaving them increasingly nervous each day. One day soldiers came and, aware of his parents sympathy for their enemy, shot them and his older sister. His mother had told them to hide but his sister was seen and had to stay outside. From a closet in his house he watched his parents get shot. Then the soldiers searched the house and found him. Cruelly, one of them forced him to eat some rice that had his mothers blood on it, as a joke because he was skinny. The soldiers were distracted by enemies before they could kill him, and he ended up immigrating to Australia, illegally because he was a poor orphan. Flash to the modern day and the story, he has anorexia and depression because of his inability to truly move one. He feels survivor's guilt and has attempted suicide, and attempts again near the beginning of the story. What would be you guys advise on how to portray these conditions?Are there certain cliches I would want to especially avoid? What might I do to represent the sympathy of the character against the stigma? etc.