I Fixed Depression With This Simple Trick

Hey everyone, PushingUpRoses here, and it is time to read some emails. Dear PushingUpRoses, I follow you on Twitter, and read your tweets about depression. I just think…maybe you wouldn’t be depressed if you didn’t dress in all black all the time. It LOOKS depressing. Doesn’t it FEEL depressing? You look DEAD. Why not try wearing yellow sometime? Yellow is…

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Dealing with INTRUSIVE THOUGHTS | Sanders Sides

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The Disturbing Reality of Perfect Blue | Monsters of the Week

Japanese Horror has a distinct identity that sets it apart. [Elevator door sliding] Where western horror films tend to lean heavily on immediate action; shocking imagery and surprise moments meant to startle the audience [Loud shrieking and screaming] Japanese films generally rely more on psychological horror; a slow burn that eventually consumes the viewer, inspiring an all-encompassing, long-lingering sense of…

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Joker Wasn’t The Movie We Deserved, But The One We Needed | Jack Saint

– [Jack] Look, folks, if you’re coming here and you’re not already a fan of my videos, I’m gonna level with you. I am a full-on, card-carrying SJW. – Why won’t you just shut up? (man screams) – [Jack] You know the ones that have to read political statements into everything they watch and talk about how this thing you…

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Hellblade and Living with Psychosis | Sidcourse

Hi, and welcome to the Sidcourse. Like discourse, but my name is Sid. One of the more interesting releases of 2017 was Ninja Theory’s Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice. Praised for its incredible graphics, indie release and themes of mental health and psychosis. The game has its flaws but for the most part it’s been well received by the gaming press and…

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The Nuclear Waste Problem

This video was made possible by Brilliant. Learn to think like a scientist for 20% off by being one of the first 500 people to sign up at the link in the description. Nuclear energy is one of the cleanest, most efficient, and most available sources of power on earth. To generate one kilowatt hour of energy—the amount an American…

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How Steven Universe Portrays Mental Illness in “Pool Hopping”

In the episode “Pool Hopping,” Steven helps Garnet perform random acts across Beach City. [Garnet: “Have a pizza!”] [Garnet: “Paint me like one of your Amethysts.” Steven: “Paint me too!”] While at first Steven thought it was a day of fun activities to help Garnet flex her future vision potential, the day takes an emotional turn when Garnet’s anxieties and…

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Celeste & the Struggles of Mental Illness | Storyteller’s Notebook

For as rage-inducingly satisfying as Celeste’s gameplay and level design are, it’s the game’s story that caught my attention. It follows a young woman named Madeline as she goes on a journey to reach the summit of the titular Mount Celeste, whilst trying to overcome her insecurities. It’s a nice little story filled with fun characters that, admittedly, wears the…

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