The best memes about mental illness for when someone tells you to drink water and exercise
‘Have you tried yoga?’
by Katie Way
Mental illness doesn't make you a smol flower or a delicate raspberry or what fucking ever. It makes you a person with a tricky medical problem.
And anybody who's suffered a depressive episode or who has to cope with anxiety on a daily basis knows that even though laughter isn't always the best medicine (let's be honest, the best medicine is Xanax), it can certainly help to view your experiences with mental illness through the lens of relatable content.
Here's a sweet selection of the best memes for your sick little brain. Enjoy, but if you don't… I get it.
My depression vs my depression after fall daylight savings pic.twitter.com/m6PG29ZwXV
— shania twink (@shaniatwink) November 7, 2017
Me: *is doing fine*
My depression: pic.twitter.com/f082WvQad6
— Da’Shaun L. Harrison (@_iAmRoyal) November 5, 2017
Thing that is probably unsafe: dissociating while driving at night
Thing that I do nearly every night on my way home from work: dissociate
— Blood Doll 💉 (@amygdalamb) October 26, 2017
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I'm not glamorizing my depression so much as I'm throwing a fall wreath on it and spraying it with Febreze
— JuanPa (@jpbrammer) November 6, 2017
My grandfather fought in 2 wars & I just had to audibly practice what I was gonna say to the lady at the drive thru bc of my social anxiety.
— Jordan Stratton (@jordan_stratton) March 16, 2015
im VERY laid back. i only care about 2 things:
every person on earth & their opinion of me
the crushing psychological weight of being alive
— a lost fish (@grumbist) September 14, 2015
“but antidepressants will make me lose my spark,” i thought, while unable to eat, leave my apartment, or write just 1 sentence for 6 months
— darcie wilder (@333333333433333) October 27, 2017
Sometimes you get imposter syndrome because you're an actual imposter.
— Heather Havrilesky (@hhavrilesky) October 23, 2017
7 stages of grief:
-having a body
-leaving the house
-looking in mirror
— so sad today (@sosadtoday) October 30, 2017
me:I'm gonna have a good day today
my depression, anxiety and negative thoughts all at once: pic.twitter.com/B3cnf0gv6a
— yeet (@LILUZISHITS) November 6, 2017