It’s no secret that at Crisis Text Line, we think of social media as a lightsaber: it can be used for good or evil. Around here, we’re really heavy on the “good.” Last week, we started rounding up some of our favorite tweets from our beautiful mental health corner of the internet. We’re excited to bring it back for you this week (and every week!) to hype some of our favorite moments and thoughts relating to mental health. From thoughts on anxiety and depression to the best self-care tips, this week has it all. Read on, friends!
It’s ok to go MIA & focus on your mental health, recoup, just putting yourself first and taking care of YOU without any regrets.
— De'arra Taylor (@dearra) November 7, 2019
I need a day a month solely dedicated to mental health & self care ????
— Shyla (@simplyshyla_) November 7, 2019
You are allowed to be selfish in some situations, you need put ur mental health above every other thing and put people’s opinion where they belong, surround yourself with people that add value to your life and keep toxic people away.
— Abdool Moh (@abdool_moh) November 7, 2019
— LexRestivo (@LexiRestivo) November 7, 2019
"I recognized very early on that my impact was to help liberate people through kindness. I mean, I think it’s the most powerful thing in the world, particularly in the space of #mentalhealth." @ladygaga ???? https://t.co/ds3WycnJaT
— Born This Way (@BTWFoundation) November 6, 2019
IDK who needs to hear this but: your anxiety is lying to you. You are capable and loved. You can and will make it through this. pic.twitter.com/tJAVHBrS5x
— Crisis Text Line (@CrisisTextLine) November 6, 2019
Self care is not selfish.
— My Dad Words (@MyDad_think) November 4, 2019
Residents at this nursing home in Scotland were very excited to welcome a special visitor: Wilson, the therapy pony. ????
— FierceWarriorNStilettos (@InactionNever) November 7, 2019
Self-portrait of me at therapy pic.twitter.com/inuRMuVpXH
— david ehrlich (@davidehrlich) November 7, 2019
Be with someone who is good for your mental health.
— Fact (@Fact) November 4, 2019