This set is a gentle reminder for you that most memes are not therapy . No, like genuinely, go see a damn consultant IRL. Memes could say you laugh temporarily but they can not bring your dad back of a grocery store after he said having been just going out to get milk even though were seven.
And as a message to all the therapists out there: keep it up and remember that you’re carrying it out lord’s work!
Is presence getting you down? Memes unquestionably won’t cure what’s plaguing mind, but they can help you feel a little more understood and aware that you’re certainly not on your own goin’ through it all! We hope they should cheer you up, even if just a little bit! Really love, Memebase.
Anyone who’s dealt with anxiety knows that it’s kind of the worst. It can leave you feeling totally helpless and stressed out over the most ridiculous small things, and if you’re extra unlucky, can end up consuming your entire life. Not to mention, it’s super fun when your brain won’t even tell you what exactly it’s anxious about!
We just hope that these memes will help to remind you that you aren’t by any means alone in that struggle!
Everybody has bad days sometimes, some worse than others. If you’re going through a tough time right now, it’s important that you reach out and talk to someone, but first and foremost we can only hope that these relatable memes will at least help you feel a little more understood!
The internet, and especially memes, have done wonders for demystifying and destigmatizing mental health issues, especially depression. While many people see memes as a frivolous or purely comedic outlet, the truth is that they both clue people in to the true nature of the illness, and remind those who suffer that they’re anything but alone. Here are some memes that do just that.
The NYPD’s search for 29 year old Desmond ‘Etika‘ Amofah has come to a tragic end. The New York Police Department confirmed earlier today that a body found in the East River was that of the allegedly troubled Youtuber. The police began searching for the popular live-streamer on June 20th following Amofah’s disappearance, and before that, the uploading of a chilling video in which he revealed his suicidal thoughts. Many fans were hopeful that this was a moment of being “overdramatic,” similar to a stunt he had pulled in 2018.Things began taking a less hopeful turn when his belongings were recovered, scattered around the Manhattan Bridge.
Following news of Etika’s demise, many peers and fans took to Twitter and Youtube to share their shock, stories of happier times, and to implore people to pay attention to mental health.
If you are struggling with mental illness or suicidal thoughts, remember that help is available. Talk to someone.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: Call 1-800-273-8255 or chat.
While depression, anxiety, and other forms of mental illness are anything but a joke, sometimes it helps us to laugh about our problems. There’s also a great deal of comfort in the fact that there’s an entire internet of people who feel the way we do. We’re in this together – we might as well have a chuckle along the way.
Those Millennials can’t stop killing industries! They’re even killing the serotonin industry with their goddamn depression!
In all seriousness though, most of us will deal with a bout of depression at some point in our lives. It can be pretty tough, but at least these memes can remind you that you’re definitely not alone! And of course, if you’re really goin’ through it, always seek out professional help if you’re able!
May is Mental Health Awareness Month, everybody! That means it’s time for us to remind you that it’s okay to not be okay sometimes. That being said, we urge you to seek out professional help if you’re just not feeling like yourself, or if your mental health is negatively and consistently affecting your daily life. We believe in you!
In a move that’s clearly a jab at the McDonald’s Happy Meal, Burger King has recently launched “Real Meals” as a part of its #FeelYourWay campaign that aims to raise awareness for mental health issues for Mental Health Awareness Month.
Is this a smart move on their part? When it comes to marketing the brand, we thinks that’s a definite yes. Will it actually lead to helping people who deal with mental illnesses? Who knows! We’d love to know what you think on that matter.
And seriously, we have to ask WHAT is going on with brands on social media these days? It seems like after the Wendy’s Twitter account made its sassy mark on the world, every single brand wants to get in on that saucy social media action.
It’s alright you desperate and bored people, we’re here to save the day! We have the memes of your dreams that will fill all your comedy hopes and desires. There’s something for everyone here that you’re guaranteed to find amusing. You have our word on that. Caution: some of these are a little depressing!
Why do psychologists have the most punny names? For real, Sigmund Freud? Asking to be made into a pun. Carl Jung? Yeah, we don’t even have to explain that one to you. These memes will appeal to anyone who has either studied psychology or has experienced the mental health system for themselves. We promise these memes will make you feel Jung again. (Sorry.)
“Me on Ellen” tweets imagine a sarcastic surprise being brought out on the Ellen DeGeneres show that people on Twitter are using to convey their greatest wishes. Are these tweets a cry for help? We don’t know, but they certainly do play on the hilariously depressing tropes of the Millennial generation!
Bored of your usual routine? Tired of wasting away the hours doing that usual boring busy work that your boss is too lazy to do? Look no further because we’ve got memes that can spice up your day and give you that good old dose of laughter that you so desperately need in your life!
The internet is pretty dang obsessed with Marie Kondo right now, so we’re here for any trending memes that honor the creator of the KonMari Method. This newest trending meme has been compared to classic Drakeposting – used to represent the things that “spark joy,” and the things that don’t. It’s, of course, resulted in some serious responses, and in classic internet fashion, some snarky ones that we can all relate to. Enjoy!
People on Twitter are clearly sick and tired. With what? We don’t know exactly, but we’d wager a bet that it has to do with the general state of the world and with being a Millennial. As it would follow, people are tweeting about doing totally absurd things “due to personal reasons,” and we understand…sometimes that’s all the reason you really need.
The world always seems to be diving into more and more chaos. Whether this is actually true or not is lost on us, but regardless, we understand if it all is starting to take a major toll on your mental health. It’s easy to get caught up in the mindset that everything is spiraling out of control. We’re here to remind you that everything will be okay in the end, but in the mean time, here are some relatable memes to get you through it all.
We know how you’re feeling – you woke up at 5:45 this morning and you’re just over the day already. It sucks, but it’s life and we can’t change it. After all, life is really just about wasting away making some money and then dying as a miserable old person. Oops, that got a little out of hand…have some memes!