I don’t really know how Tumblr warnings go so I’ll just say mentions of depression, anxiety, PTSD, and similar.
It’s crazy to me how people can say Tony is a billionaire, is married, has a wife, and a kid, to act like he doesn’t have any problems. If you want to argue the billionaire part, don’t bother. Money doesn’t buy happiness and this isn’t a rant about money. It’s a rant about how people are so quick to assume how a person should feel if they have certain things.
(Real life relation)
What they’re basically saying is if you look like what they imagine a happy life to be, you don’t have any problems. “Oh you are living a comfortable lifestyle? What do you mean you’re struggling emotionally!” Or “Oh you have a mom and a dad that both work hard to provide for your household? Why are you depressed then!” And that’s just two examples(some people might not realize this, or are very subtle, best to educate and hope for the best.)
People do not have to look like what you associate a certain problem with. Someone could have what you deem ‘a perfect life’ but could be depressed.
Don’t tell someone how they should feel based on what you think they should feel, that simple.
(Back to Tony)
Tony’s PTSD and anxiety didn’t magically stop when he got a 'happy life’. He still had those problems and even if he didn’t he still had the memory of them. Acting like he shouldn’t be allowed to feel any emotional hurt because he doesn’t fit into what you think an emotionally hurt person should look like is just plan wrong. For him and especially real life people.
Once you can accept that people are different and have different experiences, you’ll be able to understand this. If not I wish you the best and hope that one day you will learn.