Therapist grieves with Slipknot - XIX

My father was just diagnosed with bone cancer. I’m fucking drowning. Please help.

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I think this format was perfect. I found this channel a few days ago and am loving this series of metal song analysis from a therapist perspective. Some have been better than others but this one really dug in to each verse in detail. Great work keep them coming!

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I sleep on this one too much to be honest…

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Rest in Peace Paul and Joey :broken_heart::rose:
Us Maggots still mourn your passing :cry:
Both forever legends :metal::skull::metal:

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My Gran Passed last May, This song is something i pretty much listen to everyday since the day she passed. Its the Rawness described perfectly.
“I don’t want to get back up, but i have to so it might as well be today” is how i feel every single day but you keep pushing because nothing stops going.

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You should listen to Skeptic, it’s a beautiful dedication to Paul Gray too.

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Rip to Paul and joey…

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I lost my mother suddenly December 2012, 3 years later this song came out and I finally felt seen, actually this whole album means a lot to me because there are many songs on it dealing with loss and grief.

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I have “walk with me…don’t let this world tear you apart” tattooed over my SH scars. I felt the words were so helpful for my depression journey

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my father passed away suddenly 2 years ago in June… on my birthday… and i was listening to this song almost on repeat… and every time i hear it i get on the verge of hysterically crying…

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@HeartSupport i have now watched all of your Slipknot videos. and i have to say i love your incite, it has helped my further understand what Corey is saying and why they have help me since i started listing to them when i was 14. as some who is bi poler and has ptsd and adhd I’ve struggled my whole life with little to no support. im sorry but this is gong to be a long one lol. with that said i would like so see your perceptive on Shinedown’s monsters. because that song has been one of the few things that have keep me going after me and my wife first split last year and us going back and forth getting together half of that year and finely calling it quits shortly after the new year. and the cadlist for the brake up was that she wasn’t in love with me anymore and come to find out she was cheating on me with a guy from work . but back to my point about the song. to me its about are monsters that we have inside control us and when we cry out for help from a loved one or your partner and they just laugh in your face and make you feel like you are crazy for feeling this way and that your (monsters) struggles and feelings are not real. and thats how i feel about my relationship went with my wife when it came to my mental health. so at this point i feel lost and dont know were to go from here like i spent 6 years with this person and my self worth i feel has been thrown away #heartsupport

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I loved how this song slides immediately into sarcastrophe. Perfect

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Eyeless, goodbye and IOWA next pls

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