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In this video our on staff licensed therapist Taylor reacts to the new song by The-Ghost-Inside “Earn It” and talks about how the lyrics can help you make a positive impact on your mental health
- What stories do you tell about yourself?
- What are you afraid to try?
- What are you struggling with?
- Does it feel like hell is a place in your own mind?
First comment wow surprised
This is such amazing advice and guidance. Thank you
Huge ghost inside fan here I wasn’t a huge fan of this song but it went hard live. It sounded heavy and full!
Love your reactions so far. This song gets me through the hard parts of the gym when I feel I should stop. It just has that positive reinforcement to remind myself on why I am there. To help my health physically and Mentally
Please react to their video for the song “aftermath”!
The last line speaks to me. I’ve been listening to the ghost inside forever and it’s always been a kind of therapy. It’s like I feel seen, you know. Life’s swinger hard but I’m swinging harder, right. Not all hardcore is super uplifting, that’s positive stuff is really what draws me to it. Amazing to me what that to me that some people don’t like it. Ya, just gunna pretend you ain’t angry or sad or confused. Now that I think about it is that what drake is? I never listened to him. No. Good shits not on the radio, it’s all love songs with a few outliers, I like Alicia cara.
Anyway my girlfriend can’t drive. 31 and no interest. We’ll no real interest. I was late to driving too, but at 21, I knew my family didn’t believe in me. So I asked a friend. I took what I knew from my drivers Ed and I asked a friend if I could use her car for the test. She said yes and I passed. I went out and got it. Most people think family always got them or there will be a right. Not true. Why am I always late and stress? Because you can’t drive and you have to go places. Plus your sleep sucks and you don’t outside. But cars are expensive, gas, tax, insurance, tags, repairs. Bitch, you just dropped 1600 dollars at Disneyland like it was nothing. Life sacrifices. I’ve been encouraging this person for almost 7 years. In that time she got a permit and let it expire, her dad died who would take her everywhere. He died and she died and got a second permit, which is really on the way to expiring. I wanna be compassionate. But I don’t think her inability to drive has to do with sadness. It’s she’s being lazy and expects shit to be easy. I’m stressed and annoyed being around it and hearing what she can’t do.