‘Dinos And Comics’ Has 30 Relatable Comics About Mental Health

Dinos and Comics is a funny and relatable webcomic about dinosaurs dealing with various mental health issues, created by a Finnish writer James and a Canadian artist known only as K. If you’re wondering why the creators chose to show dinosaurs, they said in a recent interview with Bored Panda that it’s because they look cool.

According to the artist, acclimating to life with mental health concerns is a rather normal occurrence. You have a very difficult time before you are diagnosed, and once you are diagnosed, you hopefully receive the support you need to make it a little easier, but it is always a part of your life, as James and K have discovered, and now that you have been diagnosed, you think about it more, trying to understand and rationalise it.They claim that the dinosaur in their comics is more concerned with their friends and loved ones because, while medications can help, it is the support of those around you that helps you cope the most.

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Dinos and Comics is a funny and relatable webcomic about dinosaurs dealing with various mental health issues, created by a Finnish writer James and a Canadian artist known only as K. If you’re wondering why the creators chose to show dinosaurs, they said in a recent interview with Bored Panda that it’s because they look cool.

According to the artist, acclimating to life with mental health concerns is a rather normal occurrence. You have a very difficult time before you are diagnosed, and once you are diagnosed, you hopefully receive the support you need to make it a little easier, but it is always a part of your life, as James and K have discovered, and now that you have been diagnosed, you think about it more, trying to understand and rationalise it.They claim that the dinosaur in their comics is more concerned with their friends and loved ones because, while medications can help, it is the support of those around you that helps you cope the most.

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