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19 Funny Mental Health Tweets For Anyone Who Could Use A Laugh Right About Now

"Bold of me to constantly use the phrase 'No worries!' when I am, in fact, constantly full of many worries."


how i sleep knowing i’m secretly hated by everyone i’ve ever spoken to because that’s what my brain told me


my therapist: “take it slow, avoid caffeine, don’t put yourself into situations that you know will make you anxious, eat well and regularly” me on I-95 with an iced coffee on the way to hang out with my ex boyfriend: “I should go VEGAN”


trying to apply what your therapist says



bold of me to constantly use the phrase “no worries!” when I am, in fact, constantly full of many worries


“make time for yourself” me at 1AM: mE tiMe


therapy: -expensive -sounds boring saying “that’s just showbiz baby”: -free -sounds tight as fuck


[concert] SINGER: hows everyone doin tonight CROWD: woo ME (from the back in a normal speaking voice): it's actually been a tough few months


I'm gonna power the whole country.


I feel you, vending machine, I feel you.


Me: "WYD" Her: "Just dealing with a lot, depression, anxiety, and the feeling that I'll never be enough" Me: "Without me? Lol 🙈"


"exercise helps depression" me:


me: i have depression someone: u should get out more! go outside me: *goes to the beach* now its a tropical depression


i’m start taking confetti with me to therapy so when my therapist asks me “how are you?” i can say “sad” and toss the confetti everywhere it’ll be like a real life imessage


everyone should be nice to me for one very big reason: 1. please


me too bitch you ain't special


me at 8:42 on a monday


canceling plans is ok. staying home to cook is ok. disappearing for a bit to get your life together is ok. resurfacing in a foreign country with a new name 10 years later is ok. it's called self care


when the weather changes and you realize maybe it's not seasonal affective disorder

All jokes aside, if some of the things in this list are familiar, you might want to look into ways to take care of yourself. So, here are some quick resources:

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

You can learn more about mental illnesses here.

And if you need to talk to someone immediately, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is 1-800-273-8255. Other international suicide helplines can be found at You can also text TALK to 741741 for free, anonymous 24/7 crisis support in the US from the Crisis Text Line.


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