Come hang out with Meg and Casey as they share a remedy for quarantine fatigue: ridiculously hilarious shows that haven’t gotten the hype they deserve! Meg discusses the importance of letting yourself engage in some avoidant behaviors like binge-watching as a mere survival mechanism to get through the next few months – as a mental health professional (and many of her colleagues agree): binge-watching is a pretty harmless avoidant behavior in the scheme of things. Laughter is one of the best and most important health remedies.
It wouldn’t be the official Mental Mom Show if Meg didn’t annoy Casey at least once. She’s fishing for compliments from him about recognizing her talent and hobby of finding obscure, weird shows and documentaries that aren’t mainstream – but should be.
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