The 17-year-old 'Little Fires Everywhere' actress opened up about her mental health struggles for the Child Mind Institute’s 'Getting Better Together' campaign. Head inside.
Voters across social media platforms have been hilariously commentating on every move as votes are being counted. There are enough posts on Twitter and Instagram to compile a list of downright comedic takes on what is currently happening in America's long-awaited 2020 Election.
Lizzo recently took to Instagram to share her quarantine, mental health update.
It’s National Stress Awareness Day, which is a great opportunity to focus on your overall wellbeing, identify the things that cause you stress and figure out ways to manage it. Did you know that stress is strongly tied to cardiac disease, hypertension, inflammatory diseases, compromised immune systems, and possibly to cancer? And it’s all thanks […]
Folks who’ve never experienced the gun wrenching, uncontrollable feelings of being super anxious, or having a panic attack, would never know what it’s like to feel that type of extreme uneasiness. Maybe seeing an unrelated video that is super relatable will help those people get it. Or maybe not, but it’s worth a shot. To […]
They say life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you react to it. It’s not always the situation that brings you down — sometimes the probably is you. Let Jstlbby break it down for you so that it can always and forever be broken: