Posts Tagged ‘Comics’

The Difference Between Social Anxiety And Introversion, In 4 Comics

Loving alone time is different from a mental health condition. Wellness Special News Bulletin-http://www.acrx.org -As millions of Americans strive to deal with the economic downturn,loss of jobs,foreclosures,high cost of gas,and the rising cost of prescription drug cost. Charles Myrick ,the President of American Consultants Rx, announced the re-release of the American Consultants Rx community service […]

Artist Channels Her Anxiety And Depression Into Hilarious Comics

Dealing with a mental health condition is no laughing matter. But British illustrator Gemma Correll is channeling her depression and anxiety into her art — and the results are hilarious. “I hope that those who can relate to them can find some light relief,” Correll told the Huffington Post. “Mental illness is horrible to live with but […]

13 Cheerful Comics For When You’re Having The Worst Day Ever

This goes out to anyone who is just so over their day. You know what we mean: The spilled coffee, the tough work presentation, the fight with a significant other. What’s worse is your mind tends to replay it on a loop, thanks to your brain’s negativity bias, making your tough time feel infinitely worse. And […]

13 Cheerful Comics For When You’re Having The Worst Day Ever

This goes out to anyone who is just so over their day. You know what we mean: The spilled coffee, the tough work presentation, the fight with a significant other. What’s worse is your mind tends to replay it on a loop, thanks to your brain’s negativity bias, making your tough time feel infinitely worse. And […]

Living Comics: What’s Needed Most in the World and in Your Life

Welcome to “In So Many Words.” We’ve been posting our columns in “Books” and “Healthy Living,” but have decided to move the next group of posts to “GPS,” because they seem to be more at home here. This is the eighth column from our third book from our series of educational comics by Larry Paros. […]

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