"I...I...I feel something..."
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Please do more of "self improvement/mental health" content. Not because I think you need it, but because I think I need it, and many people would benefit from the leadership. You've already broken down so many boundaries but the mental health thing is the big bling bling.
Suggestion for Zach- say never or always less. When you use a word that is so encompassing it can make whatever you're talking about seem so much bigger in a negative way. If someone says everything always goes wrong vs I have some things that are going wrong there is a big difference in the heaviness.
I struggle with mental lillnes for almost 2 years, and be for that 3 in the dark, no one knew not even me I keep so beissy so I didn't fell anything at all, I was num. No emsons what so ever, now I am doing so much better get the right mediation for it and not be so bissy that I forget and become num aging
I know I'm three years late to answering this because I only started watching The Try Guys this year. But Try Guys. You are admirable. The fact that you can do bravely say your insecurities in front of the camera is not something easy to do.
Therapy is beneficial to every human being. The question is if you're willing to grow and you have the money to afford it haha.
I've been in therapy for 50% of my lifetime and it helped me so much I cannot even tell you...
I will say this here and I will say it once...
I truly believe that Eugene's inability for affection truly translates to him protecting his heart from getting hurt. From his standpoint if he doesn't get close to people and they don't get too close toim in that personal space, then his heart is guarded from the possibility of being hurt at all... This most certainly is a result of a harsh and not nurturing upbringing.
Hopefully, someday, when he feels ready, he can open up to receive that which he needed as a child and unconsciously craves as an adult
I relate to Zach so much. Don’t worry Zach many people feel the same way! I leave almost every conversation I ever have to someone new thinking about all the things I did or said wrong. It’s pretty depressing and hard to shrug off but what’s done is done so I’ve learnt to just learn from it. Also as it turns out I don’t think many people care what I said sounded weird. It may be just me overthinking things.
I.......I..........I feel something i just don't know what it is -Eugene 2k15
(ik i'm late XD)
(i also relate to that quote bc i'm bad at expressing my feelings so i don't how feelings feel except for depression or sadness)
LMAO, I relate to Eugene on a spiritual level tbh
I have an extremely hard time expressing my feelings or showing emotions, much has to do how I was raised, but I also have a disorder that has do to with it
This is why I understand why Eugene was uncomfortable when it was his turn to talk
Man, I guess there really are people who understand when someone has a harder time with feelings
Eugene’s cultural upbringing hasn’t provided him with the idea that therapy works. They spoke about it a little with his family dynamics which provides insight to who he is. Recapitulation of family origin refers to living out family dynamics in personal relationships.
I honestly feel and relate to Zach and Eugene. As an African and I think this is what Eugene is trying to convey, is that you are already expected to fail or not to succeed as much as a Caucasian would and you have to overcome that preset prejudice and superceed that expectation and that is not easy because you are different
I also relate to both Zach and Eugene' s insecurities concerning their looks because I'm not that beauty standard figure. I have chubby cheeks my thighs kiss I don't have long silky hair and I have tyres/love handles instead of abs . So I try to cover for my insecurities in the way I dress and my facade of confidence
On another level I can relate to Keith and Zach because I'm not good at alot of things I over excel at I am good at and try to compensate for what I can't do and it can come of on both extremes of self depreciation and self exaltation both of which are painful
Ned I understand because I've been in that situation of feeling less than adequate and therefore trying to make up for it in the amount of work time and dedication
Eugene' s reservedness I also understand because I've also been brought up in an environment where you don't talk about your problems because there's someone out there with worse so you shut and deal with it or move on because it can and always could get worse.
In a way this video was therapeutic for me as much as it was for them
Agh..psycho therapy is hmm. I have yet to come around to it even after a year of going I still haven’t come around to understanding that it’s something I’ve been needing and will need for a little bit till I feel like I’m improving.
I think I resonate with Eugene the most when it comes to therapy.
Somehow I saw some of these thigns about the guys beforehand, just by looking at their videos. As someone who's been diagnosed with multiple mental illnesses, it is sometimes (not always!) easier to pinpoint if somebody else is uncertain abuout themselves or something they do. I really wish they'd look into their group dynamic more and perhaps see a professional a few times, as Eugene suggested for himself. It won't hurt them, or anyone else for that matter. :)
my twin brother has anxiety and is going to therapy currently. his therapist things he has anxiety from his relationship to our family. she wanted to meet me once and i went and it was THE MOST UNCOMFORTABLE THING OF MY LIFE! i can't even explain it. it SUCKED and i went again a few weeks later and the lady just looked at me SUPER AWKWARDLY LIKE SHE HATED ME OR SOMETHING and i never wanna see her again.
I am the Eugene of my friend group. No one sees any of my emotions. I'm the one who is always trying to be "in control" of myself and like... confident in my skills. I have been looking into therapy and honestly seeing him experience it in a positive way (reacting in the same way I'm sure I will react tbh) it gives me hope that therapy could be a good idea for me
Antidepressants are medications that can help relieve symptoms of depression, social anxiety disorder, anxiety disorders, seasonal affective disorder, and dysthymia, or mild chronic depression, as well as other conditions.
They aim to correct chemical imbalances of neurotransmitters in the brain that are believed to be responsible for changes in mood and behavior.
Depression Medications (Antidepressants)
These are the most commonly prescribed type of antidepressant.
Serotonin and noradrenaline reuptake inhibitors (SNRIs) are used to treat major depression, mood disorders, and possibly but less commonly attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), anxiety disorders, menopausal symptoms, fibromyalgia, and chronic neuropathic pain.
SNRIs raise levels of serotonin and norepinephrine, two neurotransmitters in the brain that play a key role in stabilizing mood.
Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) are the most commonly prescribed antidepressants. They are effective in treating depression, and they have fewer side effects than the other antidepressants.
SSRIs block the reuptake, or absorption, of serotonin in the brain. This makes it easier for the brain cells to receive and send messages, resulting in better and more stable moods.
They are called "selective" because they mainly seem to affect serotonin, and not the other neurotransmitters.