There's nothing funny about depression or anxiety, but some sufferers find humor to be a good way of dealing with the daily struggles of living with such mood disorders. British artist Gemma Correll is one of those people, and as you can see below, her illustrators are as funny as they are thought-provoking. Whether she's highlighting the perils of overthinking, sharing her dread at receiving a phone call, feeling bad for feeling bad, or stressing about not being stressed, the self-proclaimed "infamous anti-socialite and pug lady's" simple style and witty humor makes us laugh, but she also makes us think. Don't forget to vote for your favorite!

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Caitlyn McCracken 1 year ago

This one is so accurate

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Anna Brandigi 1 year ago

It's weird how positive comments will be forgotten but just one little bad thing can stick with you for years

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Dirty Me 1 year ago

latter one not for me,I was thinking about what should i eat tomorow.

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Daria B 1 year ago

I upvote this one because I find it encouraging.

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DancingToMyself 1 year ago

Where is depression here? :) That's me & my cat, and ws aren't depressed.

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Rob LeBlanc 1 year ago

When I visited the Grand Canyon, I told my friends that I was entering a deep depression. They didn't get it. :/

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Daria B 1 year ago

"Just be yourself!" → uhm.... Well, it's THAT the problem... I am myself.....

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Teija 1 year ago

Social life, what is that? I stopped meeting friends when I had my first kid 13 years ago. Just had enough of being social. And I still don't regret it. Happier this way. :)

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Amanda Panda 1 year ago

That cat and I have a similar thought process

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MarPoppy Perez 1 year ago

going to work😔🖕

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Nicolas Letarte 1 year ago

That's totally me...

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Anna Brandigi 1 year ago

"It's all in your head!" aye thanks mate guess I should chop that right off

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Intensive Panda 1 year ago

sign me as the pigeon

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Amanda Panda 1 year ago

I"ve seen one of these "maps" but it was of a brain, and it was of an INFJ personality type, and it was very very similar!

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Anna Brandigi 1 year ago

I used to struggle with this, and then all of the sudden I didn't. It stopped when I started playing sports and exercising again.

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Amanda Panda 1 year ago

Significant other doesn't text back right away like normal: BAE IS CHEATING!!!

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Beloved 1 year ago

Oh my. Too close.

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Beloved 1 year ago

Ahaaaaha!! Worrier Pose!!

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DancingToMyself 1 year ago

The cat. :D

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Daria B 1 year ago

This is actually very meaningful. And ambiguous, which makes it very deep.

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Kate Swartz 1 year ago

100% me

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Daria B 1 year ago

The trick is to keep breeeeeeathiiiiiing..... ♬♪

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Skunk Drunk 1 year ago

And Charlie Brown once said, "I'm afraid to get too happy because when I do, something bad always happens"...

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Bea Kovacs 1 year ago

I'm 22 and I feel old too 😕

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Zoria Polunoczaja 1 year ago

I remember that. "I have to do everything" and at the same time "I'm not able to do this", driving me mad

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Daria B 1 year ago

So.... What I think? Uhmm..... It's a long story.

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Bobbi Newell 1 year ago

*Reads choices* Yep...yep...yep... *Tilts laptop* Yep...yyeeep...

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Bobbi Newell 1 year ago

Exactly!

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Stephanie Braxton 1 year ago

So true!

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Skunk Drunk 1 year ago

I've been stuck at why did I say that. I always somehow manage to think of the most embarrassing things I've done/said at night...

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Megan Wells 1 year ago

every time

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Ian Carter 1 year ago

The guilt -a whirl is spot on, its like "why do I feel depressed? I have nothing to feel depressed about , some people have real problems oh now I feel really bad about feeling bad"

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Jeanne Deaux 1 year ago

Well, bonsais are actually tortured trees, forced to stay in too small pots so they themselves stay small... So yeah, I'm sur ethat if they could they would cry and scream and want to die as soon as possible.

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Daria B 1 year ago

Symbolic. You know, the weight...

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Alex Newell 1 year ago

Still have to get up to let it in... oh no - and greet them *worries more*

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Daria B 1 year ago

Either way you crash. Like an old device with not enough working memory. Gotta clean-up some cache.... And maybe restart.

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Stephanie Braxton 1 year ago

I just wish somebody would offer to help! I feel invisible and unimportant, sometimes. 😢

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Stephanie Braxton 1 year ago

True!!!

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Robin Thakur 1 year ago

Only know u love her wben

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Daria B 1 year ago

Nah. That's still sexy to some hard core perverts chasing after women's underwear. Tell him about the dishes you accumulated because you didn't feel like doing them....

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Tasha Harris 1 year ago

I have found it easier to convince myself there is no such thing as normal :)

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Daria B 1 year ago

The real you is the one you can't see. Every other you you see is your reflection.

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Starry Night Lover 1 year ago

Snowflake sent? i love the smell of water that has been frozen at 32 degrees or less

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Starry Night Lover 1 year ago

always the quiet cry

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Cory Grant 1 year ago

After hours, one to many

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Weenie Dog Lover 1 year ago

All of these are me they are stages

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porcupine 1 year ago

I started to get a bit emotional thinking about the old person eating ice cream. That's so sad 😭

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BeaJae Main 1 year ago

LOL

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Dixon's Mama 1 year ago

Omg it hurts how much I relate to this

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Elizabeth Butler 1 year ago

Looking at this actually causes depression! Move on quickly!!!

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Laurel Galvin 1 year ago

I think she might have some competition in that category.....

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Anna Thouvenin 1 year ago

It feels more like something eating me from inside, sucking the life in you. Like a black hole held in your stomach that keeps all your energy from you.

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BeaJae Main 1 year ago

I think I will...draw my own support system..

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Stephanie Braxton 1 year ago

Could I put a picture of my verbally abusive, tantrum throwing, condescending (Despite having mild-mental retardation, which I loved him despite of.), persistently "suck what little happiness you are feeling right now, right out of you!" negative, self-centered and violent towards are oldest daughter, soon to be ex-husband on It? And then, may I destroy it while crying out all the pain from the past 10 years of being married to him?

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Madison Brown 1 year ago

I chose hot chocolate

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Daria B 1 year ago

Actually, when solving these labyrinths, I usually start from the goal. Which becomes very meaningful in this illustration.

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