People before profit? #bluemonday corporate ‘cures’ clog timeline
The ‘Blue Monday’ algorithm looks something like this: [W + D – d]Tq/MNa ...enough to fool just about anyone into thinking it’s watertight.
What these symbols actually mean is something a lot less complicated: W=weather, D=debt, d=monthly salary, T=time since Christmas, Q=time since failing our new year’s resolutions, M=low motivational levels, and Na=the feeling of a need to take action.
Of course dreary winter weather is usually a mood dampener, post-holiday financial strain is never fun, and yes, around now most people realize their New Year’s Resolutions are bogus. But depressed for a day, and magically better the next? Not so plausible.
Enter concerned corporates on #bluemonday, putting people before profit and alienating everyone.
#Depressed #AirplaneTeddyHugger #FirstClassMoron
Because mascara makes everything better. Obvs.
Let's not forget, the rich are rich everyday.
Depressed? Not when you have a juicer.
Some say that implying a mental health disorder can be a 24 hour occurrence trivializes actual depression. Which is why mental health charity Mind launched the counter-campaign #BlueAnyDay.