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@ErikUden@mastodon.de
2024-02-22 16:50:48
Content warning: Mental Health Advice :ablobcatheartsqueeze:

“suck it up like the rest of us” usually gets responded with something akin to sadness olympics, but I want to take a different approach:
No, you let your feelings out like everyone should. Just because you decide to keep your sorrows and troubles to yourself doesn't mean everyone else has to, you're just angry at seeing someone cope with their problems in a healthy way realizing that you could too!
It's okay to share your problems with friends, and as much as there's a …

@drewmcmanus@hachyderm.io
2024-02-23 09:49:58

“The landmark Harvard Study of Adult Development suggests that close relationships are the most significant factor in personal well-being — yet it is not the number of relationships, but the quality of the connection that matters.”
#Friends #MentalHealth

@benb@osintua.eu
2024-03-19 19:13:04

Monthly chart: Ukraine struggles to cover budget needs for 2 months in a row as foreign financing dwindles: benborges.xyz/2024/03/19/month

@Techmeme@techhub.social
2024-02-15 02:25:47

NYC sues ByteDance, Meta, Snap, and Google to hold the companies accountable "for fueling the nationwide youth mental health crisis" by manipulating young users (Ashley Gold/Axios)
axios.com/2024/02/14/new-york-

@arXiv_astrophHE_bot@mastoxiv.page
2024-03-21 07:00:05

Sculpting the Morphology of Supernova Remnant Pa 30 via Efficient Ejecta Cooling
Paul C. Duffell, Abigail Polin, Soham Mandal
arxiv.org/abs/2403.13641

@ferrous@neurodifferent.me
2024-02-14 13:18:55

Text of the above video:
"Shutdowns are often the result of someone feeling so frustrated that they could melt down, but knowing that to do so would be even worse, but that they can avoid dealing with other people’s reactions to that if they manage to stay in control enough to do nothing but bottle it up.
Whichever way they go, meltdowns and shutdowns take a huge mental and physical toll, and require substantial recovery time. Some autistic people report feeling their after-effects for days afterwards, and in some cases losing abilities they previously had for even longer.
Autistic burnout is something like a long-term counterpart to a shutdown: the cumulative effects of pushing beyond your capacities for too long, usually because you don’t feel like you have much of a choice. Society demands that we carry on, however hard it is – often while insisting that it’s easy, and we’re surely just not really trying. At some point, we just… can’t, any more. We find ourselves perpetually exhausted, our cognitive abilities chronically impaired – often with heightened sensitivities and a reduced a ability to socialise."
From monotropism.org/wellbeing/

@DodoTheDev@front-end.social
2024-04-16 21:29:00

Got home, and instantly had a mild migraine. Only thing I could do was to lie down, put something funny on (Monk) and laugh my way to feeling better. I'm still trying to feel better.
Been feeling quite rough today, mentally, and I don't know why.

@Techmeme@techhub.social
2024-02-15 02:25:47

NYC sues ByteDance, Meta, Snap, and Google to hold the companies accountable "for fueling the nationwide youth mental health crisis" by manipulating young users (Ashley Gold/Axios)
axios.com/2024/02/14/new-york-

@Mediagazer@mstdn.social
2024-02-13 18:55:32

The Mechanical Licensing Collective sues Pandora for allegedly failing to adequately pay and report monthly royalties, including for its ad-supported tier (Kristin Robinson/Billboard)
billboard.com/business/publish

@benb@osintua.eu
2024-02-02 13:46:18

How Art Serves as a Shield for Mental Health Art can serve as a shield for mental health in times of war by allowing individuals to express their emotions, fears, and hopes creatively. Through art, in Source : uacrisis.org/en/ukraine-in-fla