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How do you guys handle negative feedback while dealing with mental health struggles?

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  • In general, really badly. That's why there are so many violent outbursts by men with mental health issues.

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  • I've luckily never had these struggles but sympathy to people who suffer with these issues

  • At least, the ones who truly suffer from them and aren't just spoiled babies who have never heard the word No in their bubble-wrapped lives

  • Context is nonexistent on the internet. It is really hard to tell the difference between someone having a real crisis and someone fishing for attention. Sometimes that is obvious and those people deserve all the ridicule they get and more. State your issues in a way that makes it clear you are serious and not just trying to feel relevant in some sad way.

  • I’ve been struggled to overcomed with social anxiety disorder for years , suffered in silence. If this post is offended you don't look at it, im happy when people share their positivity instead of making me feel bad.

  • They were offering real suggestions and insight, fool.

    You have chosen to be a tender snowflake and freak out whenever anyone says anything other than "poor you" or "you're beautiful" or anything other than sugary sweet nonsense.

    If you can't handle what was written above, you are in NO condition to handle the real world without mommy's tiddy within easy reach. Slash your wrists and GTFO of functional people's way.

  • Concentrate on the positives. You’ve got this

  • Gosh, as you know, that's a very hard question and it depends on the circumstances, the moment, and the source of the negativity. As a general practice, I try to find something to distract me from whatever the problem is. That can take the form of reading (books, nmagazines, etc., or watching a good movie (Netflix is cheap "medicine"), or if the negativity is in the form of a person, the distraction can become a phone call to a good friend who will lift you up, or a comedian on YouTube that you like (Maria Bamford talks about mental health issues in a really personal and insightful way that i always appreciate and find diverting. But the best escape for me is almost always exercise, even something as simple as walking will get your blood flowing and refresh and renew you. But try everything you can think of and see what works for YOU. And don't limit yourself to just one activity. The more arrows you have in your quiver, the more successful you'll be in defeating those negative thoughts. Good luck to you my friend!!!

  • I just try to think happy thoughts 😈

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