Putting emotional words to angry music is not addressing your mental health. You get an outlet, an artistic endeavor to put your feelings on a canvas. It is enough to keep you going, maybe even a way to take deep emotions & dump them so you don’t have to feel them, but it is not actually taking accountability or finding help.
“Our idea of fun is to make spaces where everyone feels supported, loved, & safe.
No one needs to go in a box with a label on it, no one needs to be treated as ‘less than’ – that’s no fun for anyone. “
‘Real Friends’ is about just that: distinguishing genuine & long-standing friendships from ephemeral/seasonal companionships.
& given the current global situation which is forcing each & every one of us to sit down with ourselves & reassess our priorities & relationships of all kinds, that is quite topical.