“Keep calm and carry on? No, thank you! I’d rather freak out and scream ‘where are my keys?!'”

“Exercise? Oh, I thought you said extra fries!”

“Laughter is the best therapy, especially when it’s the ‘I can’t stop laughing at my own jokes’ kind.”

“I’m not crazy, my reality is just a little distorted.”

“Nothing like a good nap to reset the mental health and forget all your adult responsibilities.”

“Coffee: because adulting is hard enough without a caffeine boost.”

“I’m not lazy, I’m just on ‘mental health mode’.”

“The only voices in my head are the ones telling me I deserve an extra slice of pizza.”

“I’m not crazy, my thoughts just like to take a detour through the scenic route.”

“Learning to love yourself is a long journey, so bring snacks.”

“If stress burned calories, I’d be a supermodel by now.”

“I’m not antisocial, I’m just aggressively enjoying my alone time.”

“My brain is like a browser with 37 tabs open, all of them frozen.”

“Being an adult is just googling ‘how to adult’ every step of the way.”

“I have a love-hate relationship with the gym. I love to hate it.” SHORT DEER QUOTES

“The road to mental health is paved with good snacks.”

“My mind is like a comedy show; it constantly tries to make me laugh at inappropriate moments.”

“Chocolate is my therapist. It understands me like no one else.”

“I may be a mess, but I’m a beautiful, funny, and lovable mess.”

“I’m not clumsy, just passionate about embracing gravity.”

“Trying to explain my thoughts to someone else is like trying to explain colors to a blind person.”

“My brain has too many browser extensions. Can’t decide which one to close.”

“Coffee and memes: the two essential elements for a balanced mental state.”

“I may not have it all together, but my sock drawer is color coordinated.”

“Don’t worry about me, I’m just a functioning hot mess.”

“I’m not running away from my problems. I’m just running towards the ice cream truck.”

“Exercise puts me in a good mood. But so does pizza. Life’s all about balance.”

“Mental health day? I vote for mental health month!”