Steven and Fallon Carrington (Dynasty)
Oh, what money can do to people. Fallon and Steven might be one you'd like to call sibling goals. They are caring and sweet towards one another. They'd call each other out on their BS. They'd literally do anything for the other. Mostly, that's because they were born in a family where infamy runs deep. Having a mother who would, later on, abandon you and a father who would protect their family's honor more than the family itself? And, sometimes, the Blake acts like the child his children need to look over.
Oliver and Thea Queen (Arrow)
Oliver and Thea probably had one of the most troubled lives. Oliver went from being a playboy to a vigilante after missing for five years from his normal life. He witnessed his father's death. Soon enough, he also witnessed his mother's death. Thea, on the other hand, turned out to be her mother's child from an affair with an enemy. An enemy who son she used to have a crush on. It would be emotionally devastating, to be honest.
JJ Deveraux (Days of Our Lives)
JJ has had mental health issues since he came onto the show after his father's death, was treated as a criminal after a nervous breakdown where he ended up breaking a window, sabotaged the one good relationship in his life, has had two incidents where he ended up sleeping with someone while drunk, and had a suicide attempt on a holiday. Help from your mom's boyfriend is not all it takes to cure this.
Martin Riggs (Lethal Weapon)
After his first wife and unborn son died, everything was pretty much dark about Riggs. Depression is something hard to run from because your head plays a lot of tricks on you. It would make you recall past memories, even the painful ones, and you'll go through the same pain again. Sometimes, even deeper than before. Battling through his own demons, Riggs had to step it up to be able to move past what happened. Sadly, he was taken away from us long before we were able to see him recover fully.
Chandler Bing (FRIENDS)
Oh, our beloved Chandler. Who would have thought he's going to be on this list? With his nailbiting, smoking and using humor to hide his feelings—it's hard not to see that Chandler is actually suffering from anxiety. Ironic how sitcoms actually hold a lot of flawed characters and portray it in a comical way, because it is the reality. People trying to hide the fact that they are not as comfortable as they may seem. Good thing, Chandler has his friends with him.