Psychology Webcomics

A subcategory of Webcomics that explores mental illness from a personal and at times humorous perspective. Thus giving a unique visual representation of one of the most misunderstood human maladies. Tropes in this genre include therapy, depression and various mental disorders.
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  • Better Drawn: A collection of comics by various artists who are dealing with long-term mental and physical illnesses: anxiety, PTSD, social phobia, heart disease, cancer, dissociation, and more.
  • Depression Comix: A sometimes gut-wrenching, sometimes tender, often relatable series of comics about the daily struggles of life with depression.
  • Hyperbole and a Half: A journal comic by Allie Brosh that tackles her personal battle with depression with her unique sense of manic humor.
  • I Do Not Have An Eating Disorder: Khale Mchurst chronicles her journey with disordered eating and the inevitable tangled web of depression and anxiety associated with it.
  • Im Crazy: An award-winning autobiographical tale by Adam Bourret of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.
  • Look Straight Ahead: A webcomic featuring a protagonist suffering from bipolar disorder with severe delusions while trying to cope with high school and the bullying and peer pressure that come with it.
  • My Lesbian Experience with Loneliness: An introspective exploration of the author's struggles with depression, disordered eating, and self-harm. She resolves much of her codependency through discovering her sexual identity.