Vlogger, Tiffany Jenkins made a video that totally shows how everyone faces mental health issues.
The viral video sensation amd mother of three made the video titled “IF MY BRAIN HAD A MORNING MEETING…” and anyone can easily relate.
Jenkins putting on her glasses, is seen wearing a t-shirt labeled “BRAIN,” and she has a clipboard in her hands.
“Good morning, everybody,” says Brain. “Thank you for being here.” Then she looks around for a moment and says, “Where is Motivation?”
The camera then switches to Anxiety, who says, “Motivation’s never here,” followed by a camera switch to Forgetfulness who scoffs, “Even I get to the meetings in the morning, and I’m Forgetfulness.”
And so begins a conversation between Jenkins’ various mental health struggles, which includes other characters such as Depression, Addiction, Socially Awkward, and procrastination.
Brain initiates the conversation, “How can we f*ck this up?”
The various personas of mental illnesses and tendencies working together to sabotage Jenkins’ day make this video feel all too real. After asking how they’re going to f*ck up Tiffany’s day, Procrastination tells Brain that she’s “already on it.”
“Last night, she wanted to lay out the kids’ clothes so she was, like, ready in the morning or whatever,” says Procrastination, “and I convinced her to watch ‘The Walking Dead’ instead.”
Anxiety freaks out when she finds out that beloved Walking Dead character Glenn died in the show. But Brain reminds Anxiety that she wasn’t there the night they watched that episode, Depression was. And she “did a great job,” says Brain. “She didn’t get out of bed for two days after Glenn died.”
Anxiety brings it back to ruining Jenkins’ day with, “I can…um…I can remind her of all of the crap that she has to do.” Brain nods and says, “Same as always—’You gotta do this, you gotta do that,’ but say it in a really panicked voice so she gets really overwhelmed. Good, Anxiety.”
Then Depression, with her disheveled ponytail and black eyeliner, drones, “I’ll come in and drain her desire to do it.”
“Yes, Depression. Good idea,” says Brain. “This is good. I like how we’re working as a team, guys.”
Watch video below: