Invisible Illness
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Invisible Illness

Stop Telling Depressed People to Work Out More

It’s not really that simple

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The fitness phenomenon is as good as it is bad. Tik Tok has a lot of good, bad and half-baked takes on mental illness. The platform lends itself to half-baked takes since it’s made for short-form content.

Mental health Tik Tok and Fitness Tik Tok, are usually at odds with the topic of exercise and mental health…

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