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!
It’s finally the weekend break. We can all enjoy some time off from accomplish the task by being drunk, hungover, depressed, because by binge-watching whichever escapist program we choose to distract us from your sick and sad realities. Or, as an alternative, we can also scroll through these dope memes. It’s up to you.
Twitter ‘s been to make fun of our inability to progress while in therapy for at least two weeks, and these speaking memes don’t seem to be going anywhere. I’ll share with you more of our favorite self-deprecating tweets that have been keeping the joke going, for significantly or for worse.
Listen, we can’t all be geniuses. It’s okay if you’ve been rejected from Mensa. Sometimes you have to accept that you’re not the next Pulitzer Prize winner and get on with your life. Fortunately, these memes aren’t catering to any brainiacs. They’re for the everyman. And that’s okay.
It’s pretty common knowledge that you can’t receive help unless you really, really want it. So paying a ton of money for a therapist CAN be a total waste of money if you’re not going into it with a receptive and, uh, productive mindset. These tweets represent everyone who is not quite ready to deal with their demons. Everyone who hides behind netspeak and dumb humor, when maybe, just maybe, they should be actually trying to get help. But damn, this sh*t is funny.
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!
We’re really loving these ridiculous cursed memes that sarcastically poke fun at one’s biggest fears. It all started with a Redditor posting a pic of “Skull Cow” – a creepy-looking cow with what appears to be a skull on its forehead. The meme has since branched out to include other types of ridiculous-looking cows and other generally absurd images that make up the stuff of nightmares.
Mental illness can really put your life on a hard pause, and we feel that. Just know that you’re never alone in your struggles and that you can always reach out to others for help! In the mean time, We hope that these memes help you feel a bit more understood!
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