Isn’t it awesome that we live in an age when going to therapy isn’t frowned upon anymore? And humor is actually a pretty good tool – laughing at your problems and with others can remedy even some of the biggest psychological wounds. Scroll down to see some of the funniest mental health tweets!
10 thoughts on “Mental Health Tweets That Will Make You Laugh, Then Cry”
I can totally relate to the one with funny stories about their childhood. Who knew that therapists could be such incredible killjoys?
Me: No, no…don’t see how hilarious that is!?!
Therapist: [mouth tightens]
Listening to sad songs;
—Really amazing it just expresses how i feel i don’t really know how to explain but it just makes me forget about everything and just let’s my tears roll down my cheeks in patience and it doesn’t judge me in any way I feel comfortable around it or that I’m addicted to music in any way it just lets me be
Therapy is helpful. But I think a society in which empathy is positively rewarded might be even more helpful. Especially because the number one reason for depression and anxiety is poverty and therapy is f*cking expensive.
This made me laugh. I’ve never been to therapy, but I used to listen to Pink Floyd until I was so depressed I couldn’t get any lower, and then things started looking up. Though I wouldn’t recommend it, it worked for me back in college.
Therapy can be useful, but as a guiding principle, Matthew 10:29-31 works for me.
Matthew #10 was good, yes, but he didn’t have no 29-31.
They all seem legit.
What does it say about me that I’ve reduced more than two therapists to tears and told to get out and stay out?
I searched Mathew 10:29-31.
Dude I don’t know much about god, but the number one humanity problem is that every living being is reduced to its worth in pennies. It’s unfortunate to know it was already true since over 2000 years ago.
I was blessed with some good therapists, thank God, but had a few lousy ones: ones with no actual life experience in the issues who were working “out of a book”, so to speak. Find one who gently leads you to your own understanding, rather than tells you ‘how it is’. When you hear the words come from your own mouth, it can be a breakthrough moment. God bless. (Trigger expression for the perpetually unhappy useful idiots?)