Social media can be a toxic place that induces anxiety, insecurity, and depression. Amongst these, Instagram seems to be the worst platform for mental health, promoting perfect lives, beautiful people and popularity through likes and followers. On the other hand, there are more beneficial options such as Twitter. This network has succeeded in maintaining a healthier environment for users, allowing them to be more expressive and authentic.
Many DJs we know and love utilize this app for the greater good. Alison Wonderland is one of them, sharing positive tweets to her fans on a daily basis. She gets extremely personal with her own mental health issues as well, making users feel like they are not alone with anxiety and depression.
If you want a good start to your week, take a gander at some of Wonderland's latest tweets below.
If Anyone’s going through it rn.. hey! Same. Ur not alone. Highs can be high but lows are painfully low... an empty pit in your stomach (sometimes for no reason). Might suck now but zoom out for a second, we got this, now LOOK AT THIS pic.twitter.com/KZoE1BBJWT— ALISON WONDERLAND (@awonderland) August 17, 2019
all I know is when life doesn’t feel like it’s being fair... the only thing you can control is how you react to what’s out of your control— ALISON WONDERLAND (@awonderland) August 17, 2019
I’m making small changes to try improve my life atm. eating clean, starting to exercise (lol), learning to be alone etc . this time no one advised me to do this & it feels empowering.— ALISON WONDERLAND (@awonderland) August 13, 2019
I’m still not where I want to be mentally... but even these small steps r changing my life
Whenever I feel like I’ve hit rock bottom, it wakes me up & I come out of it stronger and wiser and better. Every time— ALISON WONDERLAND (@awonderland) August 13, 2019
its important to detox from life once in a while— ALISON WONDERLAND (@awonderland) July 10, 2019
FROM DEEP ANXIETY COMES GREAT CREATIVITY— ALISON WONDERLAND (@awonderland) June 29, 2019
if you are struggling w anxiety/depression or have a friend who is please read this and pass along to anyone who needs it pic.twitter.com/tMDIzE2H76— ALISON WONDERLAND (@awonderland) June 22, 2019