Put My Anxiety In Rice – Mental Illness Is Not A Trending Topic (Ep. 4)

It’s been awhile, but Put My Anxiety In Rice is officially back after a lengthy hiatus. After dealing with some personal matters, and feeling a bit low on the motivational side of things, a spark of passion finally came back into my system.

For episode 4, I decided to address a particular mental health topic that I felt has been an epidemic lately. While mental health has widely been discussed heavily in the past 6 months or so, which is incredible, it’s been a bit less inclusive of mental illnesses. Many have been sharing their dark times, and have seen success in their stories coming to the forefront. However, this new trend as a remedy of going viral on the Internet comes with some issues, and that’s how depression and anxiety are portrayed. While many experience depressing periods in their lives, living with mental illness is a lifelong battle of those same symptoms that don’t necessarily appear just during dark times.

Watch what I have to say about mental health becoming a “trending topic” above, and let me know your thoughts. If you are currently in a mental health crisis and need some support, be sure to call the Mental Health Crisis hotline at 1-800-273-TALK.

One thought on “Put My Anxiety In Rice – Mental Illness Is Not A Trending Topic (Ep. 4)”

  1. Absolutely loveddddd this episode Linds! Thank you for explaining the extreme differences between mental health and mental illness and breaking them both down for everyone to understand that there is a SIGNIFICANT difference. It’s super important for people to realize that “depression” is not just a phase for people with mental illness and that the smallest act of kindness can completely turn someone’s day around which is why acts of love and positivity should be practiced on the daily. Thank you for the reminder and please keep it going with these episodes <3

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