9 Scotty Sire Songs That Will Speak To And Soothe Your Anxious Soul

9 Scotty Sire Songs That Will Speak To And Soothe Your Anxious Soul

From Vine to YouTube and now music. What can't he do?


Scotty Sire is a full-time vlogger, but also a part-time musician. Check out his music that will really make you feel understood if you have depression or anxiety.

1. Get Better

It's a really good in the original, but the acoustic version really helps the listener feel all the emotions.

2. Mister Glassman

Do you ever feel as fragile as glass? Scotty knows how that feels too.

3. Take Me Away

Scotty discusses something no one ever talks about: Going out with your friends and pretending you're having a great time, while inside you really want to be anywhere else.

4. My Life Sucks

Scotty doesn't just have anxiety, he has had depression for years too. Though a mildly silly song, maybe some of the stuff in here is what your brain is constantly saying to you too.

5. Sad Song

In another song about depression, Scotty says what we're feeling constantly. It's an anthem for all sad people.

6. Awkward

The song is just as it sounds, and just as relatable as you'd expect it to be.


Do you ever tell your friends you don't wanna go out and then get an overwhelming fear of missing out?

8. Ruin Your Party

Sometimes, you just feel like you're always ruining everyone's day just by being there.

9. Lonely

Even in a room full of people you can feel lonely, and it hurts like hell.

Not all of his songs are about mental health, check out "Lullaby" and "David's Haunted House." Or, check out a full playlist of his serious, fun and silly songs.

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Sorry I'm A Size 00

But I'm not really sorry.

My whole life I’ve been thin—which is kind of an understatement. Every time I go to the doctor I get the same “you’re underweight” lecture that I’ve heard every year since I was able to form memories. I’ve never really felt insecure about my weight, I love being able to eat everything and not gain a single pound. Since my freshman year of high school I’ve probably only gained 8 pounds and I’m now a sophomore in college. Of course, in school, there were rumors that I was anorexic or bulimic, but everyone who knew me knew that was far from the truth. I’m now 19, 5’2, and I still have yet to break 100 pounds on the scale. It seems that there is a lot of skinny shaming going around and to me, one of the main contributors to that is the Dove Real Beauty campaign.

You’re probably wondering where I’m going with this because skinny girls get all the praise and other body types are neglected. That’s really not true, though. While loving other body types, you are tearing down skinny girls. Why is it okay to do that to skinny girls but not to other body types? Why is it okay to say “only dogs like bones” or say “every body type is beautiful” until you see a model's abs, or ribs, or thigh gap and then tear them down because they’re “unnaturally” skinny?

The point I’m trying to make is that, as a naturally skinny girl, I have never shamed anyone for their body type, yet I go every day and get at least two comments about my weight. I’m always the skinny girl, the toothpick, but I’m not Jessica. Yeah, I’m a size 00. Get over it. If you have an issue with my body and feel like my body is disgusting to you, don’t look at it. I know that I’m healthy and I don’t need your input when my body just naturally burns calories fast. I don’t have an eating disorder and never have. I am real beauty though, and I know that because I’m comfortable in my own skin. So maybe the real issue is that we as a society have been shoving certain body types down our daughters’ throats so they begin to romanticize models that have certain standards that they have to meet, who work hard for the bodies that they have, and are making a hell of a lot more money than most of the people discussing why they look emaciated while what they’re actually looking at is the photoshopped product.

I’m not going to apologize for being skinny when that is just how my body is, I can’t help it. So please, stop tearing my body down while trying to bring your body up. You can praise your body without shaming skinny girls. Shaming me for being thin does not make you better than the man that shamed your body, just as me shaming you for being curvy does not make me better than the man that shamed my body. As women, we need to love each other because we are the only ones who truly understand each other.

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Cardi B Was Bullied For Winning A Grammy, Apparently We're Scared Of A Female's Success

I didn't even have to watch the Grammys to know that something bad would come out of it.


I didn't watch the Grammys this year and I haven't in years - the last time I watched the Grammys was 2017 because Beyoncé was performing and after her performance, I turned the channel and before that, I watched when Justin Bieber, Jaden Smith, and Usher performed, so it's been a while. It's just not what it used to be. While I didn't watch this year, I do enjoy the red carpet and the aftermath unfolding on Twitter. Why watch the Grammys when Twitter will keep you up to date? I saw that my girl, my sister (not literally), Cardi B won Best Rap Album and was the first female artist to do so. That's a massive win and accomplishment and I was so excited for her because "Invasion of Privacy" was absolutely amazing (even with the overplayed songs). I felt like I was winning with Cardi, too. But she couldn't enjoy her moment because bullies and trolls rolled into the club.

First, people were dragging Ariana into the mix because she wrote a tweet (or two) that called the Grammys out for flying Mac Miller's family out knowing that the late rapper didn't win a single award - that's childish and the Grammys can catch these hands. Cardi addressed the haters face-on and said, "Last year when "Bodak Yellow" didn't win, I was snubbed. Now that I won, it's a problem." And that's the killer - it is a problem and it's sad.

The nominees for Best Rap Album were Mac Miller, Pusha T, Travis Scott, and Nipsey Hussle. Cardi was the only female nominated in that category, so her winning was monumental, especially up against the other artists. The toxic masculinity, toxic femininity (yes, it is real), and other toxic attributes jumped out and as a result, Cardi deleted her Instagram (she's back now).

I'm sick of seeing a woman get bullied for being successful, especially when the occasion of her winning is as high as the Grammys. Let Cardi (and other successful women) just live and succeed in peace.

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