If Elon Musk can do it, you can do it too.

Elon Musk hosted Saturday Night Live and announced that he is the first with Asperger’s Syndrome to host the show.

His appearance was a huge success. Even though – as he put it – he doesn’t have much “intonation or variation” in his voice.

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Therapist Reviews Joker (2019 Movie)

This week I wanted to really take a look at a character with a dark past. Not just the dark past but how they deal with that baggage and how it can affect them. The Joker is one of the most famous fictional villains. In 2019 they released Joker, with Joaquin Phoenix portraying his origin story, and I was shocked at how deep this movie delved into Arthur Fleck’s (The Joker) background and the descent on his mental health.

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Therapist Reacts to Therapists in Movies (Video Reaction)

I have been blown away by the response from last week’s therapist reacts video. It’s a great feeling putting information out there that is so important for everyone to understand but seen as somewhat taboo. If you can find more understanding of your own mental health through movie reactions, then I’m all for it.

This is what the discussion on mental health has been about, simply wanting people to see and talk about it and not be ashamed or embarrassed.

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A Therapist’s Reaction to Bojack Horseman

*Spoilers ahead. This post mentions some details from the final season of Bojack Horseman.

I have been very grateful to find a new audience once I started to offer my response and reactions to popular TV shows, how they convey either mental health issues or how mental health is discussed in general.

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