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'I'm Fine!' Funniest Therapy Memes Of The Week For Those In Eternal Denial

'I'm Fine!' Funniest Therapy Memes Of The Week For Those In Eternal Denial

I'M TOTALLY FINE.
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‘Am I the Drama?’ Seriously Silly Therapy Memes of the Week for the Tired Crowd

‘Am I the Drama?’ Seriously Silly Therapy Memes of the Week for the Tired Crowd

I don't think I'm the drama...
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‘I’m the Problem, It’s Me’ Funniest Inspiring Therapy Memes of the Week for the Collapsing Crowd

‘I’m the Problem, It’s Me’ Funniest Inspiring Therapy Memes of the Week for the Collapsing Crowd

Am I the drama?
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‘Where’s the Serotonin At?’ General Sad Memes for Those Who Are Having a Mentally Challenging Week

‘Where’s the Serotonin At?’ General Sad Memes for Those Who Are Having a Mentally Challenging Week

The weekend is too far away, per usual.
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‘Am I the Drama?’ Funniest Inspiring Therapy Memes of the Week for the Tired Crowd

‘Am I the Drama?’ Funniest Inspiring Therapy Memes of the Week for the Tired Crowd

It's me, hi! I'm the problem, it's me.
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Funny tweets about loser who says kids shouldn't high five

'Here's why you shouldn't high-five a child' - Anti High-Five Parenting Op-Ed Inspires Ridicule on Twitter

Op-eds can really go either way. We've been known to love a thoughtful political editorial, or a piece that decries how reliant we are on the internet. Parenting editorials, however, tend to make us cringe. Every parent considers themselves an expert, but even the experts have been known to get it dreadfully wrong. This is especially true in the case of a peculiar piece from “family psychologist” John Rosemond. The piece in question was published recently in the Omaha World-Herald, and is recei…
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