Therapy can be a real lifesaver when a person is struggling with their mental health.
It’s wonderful to have an objective person to help you learn why you’re making mistakes and how you can change your behavior to be a healthier person. But because of all the weird acceptance and validation issues so many of us have, therapy can also be weird and funny. After all, laughter is still the best medicine.
Well, laughter and exercise. So maybe read these while you’re on the elliptical machine and get more bang for your (free) buck.
1. It’s not just a one-way street…
My therapist: <laughs at a joke I said>
Me (to myself): This is great. I’m going to get a good grade in therapy, something that is both normal to want and possible to achieve,
— dug up a fifth of ivermectin (@yellowcardigan) March 6, 2019
My therapist said it was ok: a life story
— Aparna Nancherla (@aparnapkin) September 2, 2015
me: so you might not remember this guy I went on a date with two years ago—
my therapist: the one with two dogs and a car?
HOW DOES SHE DO IT!!!
— THE SECRET, two! (@TamingofdeSchuh) March 7, 2019
whenever i get to my therapists office early she's like feel free to grab some coffee while u wait i'll be ready in a bit. you want me to just…. Do That? just Make Coffee? just make myself at home? i can't do this. i'd feel guilty
— murk (@debugdance) March 6, 2019
Not to brag but my therapist told me I am fascinating like 6x today.
— Mrs. Fab (@toujours_fab) March 23, 2017
I literally just thought “I can’t remember what homework my therapist gave me but I think I’ve been doing it pretty well”
— Mathilda (@MathildaKF) March 12, 2019
My therapist thinks I’m funny and smart and I can’t tell her my real problems cause I want to keep up this image
— the ultimate boss babe (@sug_knight) October 12, 2018
Me? Worrying about what my therapist thinks of me? Haha
— Pussy Daddy (@gamergirl2001) March 11, 2019
Me, in my therapists office, even though it’s her office: https://t.co/c25vwRhsAR
— Sue Surestack (@2rahhh) March 8, 2019
my therapist: what’s on your mind?
my brain: https://t.co/9cN7mWc3o6
— Rachel Whitehurst (@RachLWhitehurst) March 14, 2018
someone's therapist knows all about u
— jen (@httpjens) December 4, 2015
therapist: why don’t you tell people when they hurt you instead of pushing them away without an opportunity to show you if they care enough about you to change their behavior
— anna borges (@annabroges) February 15, 2018
therapy is helpful because every two years I figure out what happened five years ago
— aubrey (@aubreybell) July 13, 2018
when my therapist says she wants to see me twice a week pic.twitter.com/LvHtJk174N
— Catherine Cohen (@catcohen) March 12, 2019
me telling my therapist abt a breakdown i had: omg yes that was a classic that was a classic
— taylor (@oatm1lkbimbo) March 11, 2019
i just want to know that my therapist likes me more than her other patients and also how much more and why and a gold star sticker for my dream journal would also be great is this really too much to ask?
— molly Kirschenbaum (@prince_gxrlboss) March 9, 2019
When my therapist delivers me a hard fkn truth pic.twitter.com/5yrnv36L4U
— Goosebumps Slime (@spo0kysadghoul) March 12, 2019
I’m not sure how well therapy is working but this week my homework is to write my obituary and it’s the only thing I’ve been excited about in months
— Shelby (@smelbz) March 20, 2019
My therapist: so did you try those new coping mechanisms I told you about?
— alicia (@nerdjpg) March 16, 2018
me: i want a therapist to call me on my bullshit
my therapist: your thoughts are wrong
me: ey fuck you too pal
— merritt k (@merrittk) February 6, 2019