16 Tweets You Might Need to See If Humor Is How You Cope With Depression

While there’s nothing funny about living with depression, often a little (dark) humor can go a long way in making you feel less alone.

Sometimes humor can be used to broach a serious topic you otherwise wouldn’t know how to talk about. Other times, there’s just a satisfaction that comes from retweeting a meme about depression that’s so relatable, it’s hilarious.

By sharing relatable and funny posts on social media, people with mental illnesses can find a platform to express their experiences. It’s also a way to bring together those who live with mental illness in a lighthearted way.

If humor is how you cope with depression, here are some funny tweets you might find relatable:

















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