Can we help? Mood-rescuers!
January 24, 2016
Bullying is a quick way for anyone to feel down. But these cute, encouraging memes can lift anyone’s spirits. Here are a few, but the Web is full of fun, lighthearted memes that can brighten up your mood no when you’re going through a tough time. You are not alone!
Ready for more? Here are five feel-good websites to go to if you’re ever down in the dumps:
TED: TED talks are known for presenting innovative ideas that have the power to change the world. This website gives you tons of TED and TEDx talks that can fuel you with inspiration, laughter, and motivation.
Pinterest: This popular site allows you to browse through anything from cool room decorations to beautiful travel destinations, from beauty tricks to relatable quotes. Its fun vibe and interesting content is a great way for you to get your mind off the blues.
Happy News: News sites are infamous for focusing on sad, shocking, or enraging news, but this news site only gives you positive messages, inspirational stories, and interesting information. If you’re in the need of some proof that there’s still good in the world, this site is here to do the job.
Cheezburger: This is your go-to site for a good laugh. It features funny pictures, videos, memes and more that will have you feeling happy in no time.
Calm: Take a break from it all with this handy website. It allows you to pick through beautiful landscapes and backgrounds with calming nature sounds or music that go with them. This site is perfect for relaxing, meditating, or just taking a look at the beautiful moving scenery it gives you.
Even though there are fun resources to help you get to a better state of mind, for serious help there are these 24 hour, 7 days a week hotlines:
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1 (800) 273-8255
The Trevor Project Lifeline: 1-866-488-7386
Do not hesitate to pick up the phone and reach out for help is you feel you need it. It gets better.