18 Memes That Might Make You Laugh If You Have Social Anxiety


While there’s nothing funny about struggling with your mental health, sometimes people with social anxiety use humor to share how they’re feeling in a funny and relatable way.

Sometimes, sending a funny social anxiety meme can explain to a friend why going out is hard for you. Sometimes humor can be used to commiserate with others about frustrating realities of your condition. Other times, seeing a funny meme can just let you know you aren’t the only one feeling this way.

Whatever your situation may be, humor can definitely be a powerful coping tool. 

If you use humor to cope with your social anxiety, here’s a roundup of some memes that might make you chuckle.

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but-i-dont-want-to-go-outside-there-are-people-out-there
via WeKnowMemes

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initiating online relationship meme
via ccharisma Tumblr

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gets excited about cancelled plans
via Personality Growth

 

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when-you-make-plans-with-someone-but-dont-want-to-19043797
via Me.me

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maybe i don't have to be so tough meme
via Crippling Depression Facebook page

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overanalyze all the things
via Memestache.com

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if I go out, I'll want to come home, but if stay home I'll want to go out
via ccharisma Tumblr

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one does not simply walk into room and interact with people
via MemeCenter.com

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go to social event, do nothing socially awkward via Social Anxiety Support

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via me.me
via Me.me

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but I don't want to go clubbing
via QuickMeme

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