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26 Tumblr Posts That Will Speak To Anyone Who’s Not OK Right Now

"My 2016 goals plummeted all the way down to 'survive' really quick."

1. This perfectly acceptable behavior:

2. This more accurate lyric:

3. This spot-on portrait of you:

4. This feeling that you immediately know:

5. This artistic rendering of you at this exact moment:

6. This necessary downgrade:

7. The Boy Who Lived at his most relatable:

8. This very literal all-time low:

9. This grand fantasy:

10. This godawful truth:

11. This morning ritual:

12. This familiar turn of events:

13. This surefire sign you've hit rock bottom:

14. This sign that may as well be a selfie:

15. This long story:

16. This mandatory uniform for anyone going through 2016:

17. This coping mechanism:

18. This little guy who's a lot more adorable than you in crisis:

19. This very important song:

20. This simple request:

21. This proof that you can use math in the real world:

22. This explanation for your 17 new gray hairs:

23. This reminder that 2015 was a simpler time:

24. This person who will have you saying "same":

25. This response that no one could judge you for at this point, tbh:

26. This call to action (ARE YOU LISTENING, 2016???):

By the way: Humor is a great way for a lot of people to cope with feeling like shit, but if you found a lot of things in this post a little too relatable, you might want to look into ways to take care of yourself. SO, here are some quick resources:

* You learn more about starting therapy here, since pretty much everyone can benefit from talking to a professional.

* You can learn more about depression here.

* 7 Cups and IMAlive are free, anonymous online text chat services with trained listeners, online therapists, and counselors.

* Vent and Paralign are community-based apps where you can express yourself anonymously and connect with people who might be feeling the same way.

* If you need to talk to someone immediately, the US National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is 1-800-273-8255. A list of international suicide hotlines can be found here.