Negbot 3000 | Matt Gaetz

Welcome back, dear listeners! Despite Ginger’s assertions, the Florida panhandle produces more than just alligators in MAGA hats.

It also is home to U.S Representative Matt Gaetz, the human embodiment of Axe body spray and obnoxious Trump puppet. We’re talking about political legacies, dark campaign money, a truly abhorrent driving record, excessive use of Twitter, and at least one secret adult son.

Self Care Plan

Social media is a great way to keep connected to others, but it can also be stressful and draining. Here are some tips to practice self-care online.

  1. Remember that people are not their social media presence. It’s easy to scroll through Facebook and Instagram, see image after image of milestones and success, and begin to feel negative about the status of your own life. It’s important to remember that no one’s life is as perfect as their Pinterest. Remind yourself that people are not the social media version of themselves, except for Matt Gaetz, who absolutely is.
  2. Be mindful. When you’re engaging with social media, check in with yourself. Are you feeling happy and energized? Or stressed out and anxious? Ask yourself if certain people’s posts stress you out or make you upset. If that’s the case, unfriend them or unfollow them and spend time online with people who really care about, like your secret adult son who you’ve never mentioned before now!
  3. Take a break. If social media is stressing you out, feel free to take a break from it. This is especially true if your feed is filled with posts about police shootings, the coronavirus, or other emotionally demanding topics. Don’t feel bad about taking care of yourself. It’s ok to take a step back, relax, and imagine punching Matt Gaetz in his oh-so punchable face.

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This F***ing Guy is a podcast about self-care; if self-care is one long scream into the void. Alcohol not included (but recommended).

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