5 Forms of Cheap Therapy

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With inflation running rampant and the demise of the United States on the horizon, I have compiled a list of forms of free/cheap therapy to get through the tough times. I hope this helps all of you in one way or another. Just know that I love every single one of you that reads these blogs. 

Twitter: While Twitter is a cesspool of hate and stupid content, I can come on here and completely forget about reality when I see hatred and negativity spewed on my timeline. Unlike Instagram, nobody is at their best when they’re logged into their Twitter account.  There are certain accounts that even if the whole world was ending in 5 minutes, they would still crack jokes about it. Yes, Twitter is dumb and you’re gonna find a lot of stupid shit, but there is something beautiful and therapeutic about it. 

Bathroom: Dropping a deuce or taking a shower is my favorite form of therapy. Half of my blog ideas come from inside the confines of a bathroom. Showering has personally saved me from prison on multiple occasions. There is something therapeutic about standing underneath the hot water and thinking about all your ex-girlfriends and how you messed up with them. I am sure world leaders solve problems from the porcelain throne. 

Golf Course: Nothing solves depression like a foursome with the boys. This could get pricey, but head to your local muni and play some shitty golf with the boys. After 18 holes, you will have a whole new perspective on life. I have a friend who has been unemployed since September and he uses this form of therapy at least once a week and he is happier than he has ever been. Shoutout Jack. 

Blacking Out: This could get pricey, but if you do it right it could work for you. Heading to the local watering hole and drinking Coor’s Lights and $2 shots of Jack until you blackout has never hurt anybody. Extra therapy if you’re able to strike up a conversation with a regular over the age of 65. They possess the wisdom of Dumbledore of shit not to do in your life. 

Sleep: This is my least favorite form of free therapy, but it works at the end of the day. After a long day of living life on this planet, sometimes all you need is a full 8 hours. Wake up feeling refreshed and ready to take on the day. 

Written by TFM Stelly

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