8 Pages To Follow On Instagram For Your Emotional Well Being

The pandemic has taught us that therapy for mental health is not just a rich people gimmick. More and more people are talking about anxiety and depression. Normalizing these issues like any other disease is the need of the hour. Even the most healthy, balanced and cheerful person can be in dire need of some goodness from others. 

Social media is a big culprit when it comes to anxiety among youngsters. Seeing the fancy lives of celebrities and then comparing them to your own life can automatically lead to disappointment, frustration and anger. So it’s important to make your feed as positive as you possibly can. Here is the list of few Instagram pages that you must follow to get your daily dose of happiness-

 

Freddy Birdy (@freddy_birdy)

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This Instagram will take you in a trance with just the melody of words. Freddy Birdy is an artist and copywriter. His Instagram is full of text-based art. He has a quirk, doesn’t shy away in poking fun at Bollywood celebrities and he is still a sweetheart among the fraternity. His posts will make you nostalgic, sad, happy or even laugh like crazy. 

 

Nedra Glover Tawwab (@nedratawwab)

Nedra Glover Tawwab is a New York-based licensed therapist and relationship expert. Her philosophy of healthy relationships includes implementing boundaries with yourself and others. Her Instagram posts will give you a deeper understanding of maintaining a relationship with people around you. Coming from a certified therapist, you will find most of her posts relatable and practical. 

 

My Self-Love Supply (@myselflovesupply)

My Self-Love Supply is an online brand to bring you the daily dose of self-love. The brand has also launched its gratitude journal which is a great source to keep yourself grounded. Their blog is full of articles that help you in embracing your emotions. Besides, the posts on this page are a great source of happiness for anyone who is not feeling emotionally well.

 

Sara Kuburic (@millenial.therapist)

Sara Kuburic is an existential therapist, writer and life coach. Her page, millennial therapist will make you curious about your mental health and life journey. Her posts encourage self-awareness of mental health. Identifying individuality in every emotion is the key to self-acceptance. There are many tips on her page to calm you if your current circumstances are overwhelming you. 

 

Tori Press (@revelatori)

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Tori Press is an artist and writer and dedicates her work to self-love and therapy. Having worked as a freelance graphic designer, Tori uses her art to make the cutest graphics exhibiting human emotions. Her colourful art gives a sense of calm and her anecdotes are completely relatable. Going through her account makes you feel okay being human, making mistakes and having too many emotions. The artist has also launched her first book recently. 

 

Morgan Harper Nichols (@morganharpernichols)

Morgan Harper Nichols is an artist, poet and musician. She uses her art to narrate stories of everyday interactions. Her posts are inspirational, calming and healing in nature. The artist has launched her book, has a YouTube account and also posts podcasts. With 1.7 million followers, Morgan has created a community on Instagram that wants to heal. 

 

Lisa Olivera (@_lisaolivera)

Lisa Olivera is a writer, therapist, creative and guide. She calls herself a fellow traveler doing this ‘Human Thing’ alongside you. Her posts break social norms that are created only to suppress human emotions. Going through her page feels like an emotional rehabilitation. Lisa has the true gift of being able to heal people with only her words. 

 

Cally Tate (@emotions_therapy)

Cally is a young artist and strong advocate of mental health. In times of pandemic, where every human being is baffled over uncertainty, her posts bring you tranquility. She posts about anti-suicide, abuse, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and much more. 

These are the pages that the Agnito Today team loves to stalk every day. What do you do to cheer yourself up? Share with us in the comments below.