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* ''Webcomic/PsychiatricTales'': Darryl Cunningham's comic about his own struggle with mental illness and his experiences working as a mental health nurse was later published in print, but most of it is still available on his livejournal [[http://tallguywrites.livejournal.com/136664.html]].

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* ''Webcomic/PsychiatricTales'': Darryl Cunningham's comic about his own struggle with mental illness and his experiences working as a mental health nurse was later published in print, but most of it is still available on his livejournal on [[http://tallguywrites.livejournal.com/136664.html]].html his livejournal]].


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* ''Webcomic/{{Cat-Person}}''. The main character, Neko, has agoraphobia and borderline personality disorder. The story takes place in the aftermath of her suicide attempt.

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* ''Webcomic/{{Cat-Person}}''.''Webcomic/CatPerson''. The main character, Neko, has agoraphobia and borderline personality disorder. The story takes place in the aftermath of her suicide attempt.

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* ''Webcomic/{{Cat-Person}}''. The main character, Neko, has agoraphobia and borderline personality disorder. The story takes place in the aftermath of her suicide attempt.


* ''Webcomic/InvisibleInjuryBeyondPTSD'': A short comic addresses not just the symptoms of PTSD, but also the sense of "moral injury" that people can feel when they are asked to betray their sense of right and wrong.

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* ''Webcomic/InvisibleInjuryBeyondPTSD'': A short comic addresses not just the symptoms of PTSD, but also the sense of [[PersonalHorror "moral injury" injury"]] that people can feel when they are asked to betray their sense of right and wrong.

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* ''Webcomic/BecauseImDepressed'': a BlackComedy webcomic about a clinically depressed, drug-abusing widower and his struggles in raising his daughter with the help of his two roommates.


* ''Webcomic/TwoGuysAndGuy'': Two of the main characters are having serious mental troubles (extreme anxiety, rage, need for mental manipulation) and is stated, that both may (or may not) existed just in the head of the third main character. A big part of comic take place at terapy sesions.

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* ''Webcomic/TwoGuysAndGuy'': Two of the main characters are having serious mental troubles (extreme anxiety, rage, need for mental manipulation) and is stated, that both may (or may not) existed just in the head of the third main character. A big part of comic take place at terapy therapy sesions.

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* ''Webcomic/CityofDepression'': This is an introspective survival story. A teenager is responsible for the safety of humanity when a group of alien geneticists, who believe they have created two perfect human beings, call upon their superiors and initiate a galaxy wide test that erases all competing species who fail. A lot of this comic deals with the feeling inadequate.

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* ''Webcomic/SuicideNoun'': A black comedy webcomic about a high-school kid who tries to commit suicide, only to find out he is immortal. Not surprisingly, it explores depression and suicidal ideation.

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* ''Webcomic/ItHurts'': This comic features a main character with depression. Even through all the shocking twists and turns the plot goes through, a major plotline involves his attempts to deal and cope with it.

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* ''Webcomic/{{Lunarbaboon}}'': A SliceOfLife webcomic about a father's experiences with parenting and depression.


* ''Webcomic/AssignedMale'': A series wherein the child protagonist suffers gender dysphoria and convinces himself heís female. The series also deals with the protagonistís out of control ego, alienating extremist rhetoric, and the occasional social anxiety. The series depicts the main characters as children for some kind of defense mechanism the author implemented. Although children, they speak like adults and appear to have a concerning understanding of sexual activity [[http://assignedmale.tumblr.com/]].

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* ''Webcomic/AssignedMale'': A series wherein the child protagonist suffers gender dysphoria and convinces himself heís female. The series also deals with the protagonistís out of control ego, alienating extremist rhetoric, and the occasional social anxiety. The series depicts the main characters as children for some kind of defense mechanism the author implemented. Although children, they speak like adults and appear to have a concerning understanding of sexual activity [[http://assignedmale.tumblr.com/]].


* ''Webcomic/Assigned Male'': A series wherein the child protagonist suffers gender dysphoria and convinces himself heís female. The series also deals with the protagonistís out of control ego, alienating extremist rhetoric, and the occasional social anxiety. The series depicts the main characters as children for some kind of defense mechanism the author implemented. Although children, they speak like adults and appear to have a concerning understanding of sexual activity [[http://assignedmale.tumblr.com/]].

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* ''Webcomic/Assigned Male'': ''Webcomic/AssignedMale'': A series wherein the child protagonist suffers gender dysphoria and convinces himself heís female. The series also deals with the protagonistís out of control ego, alienating extremist rhetoric, and the occasional social anxiety. The series depicts the main characters as children for some kind of defense mechanism the author implemented. Although children, they speak like adults and appear to have a concerning understanding of sexual activity [[http://assignedmale.tumblr.com/]].

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* ''Webcomic/Assigned Male'': A series wherein the child protagonist suffers gender dysphoria and convinces himself heís female. The series also deals with the protagonistís out of control ego, alienating extremist rhetoric, and the occasional social anxiety. The series depicts the main characters as children for some kind of defense mechanism the author implemented. Although children, they speak like adults and appear to have a concerning understanding of sexual activity [[http://assignedmale.tumblr.com/]].


* ''Webcomic/TheGlassScientists'': The main character [[Literature/TheStrangeCaseOfDrJekyllAndMrHyde Dr. Jekyll]] struggles with anxiety and depression. He also has a massive case of imposter syndrome. The author has implied that Hyde was in part created as a coping mechanism and a vessel to contain all the feelings he doesn't want in himself.



* ''Webcomic/TheGlassScientists'': The main character [[Literature/TheStrangeCaseOfDrJekyllAndMrHyde Dr. Jekyll]] struggles with anxiety and depression. He also has a massive case of imposter syndrome. The author has implied that Hyde was in part created as a coping mechanism and a vessel to contain all the feelings he doesn't want in himself.

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* ''Webcomic/TheGlassScientists'': The main character [[Literature/TheStrangeCaseOfDrJekyllAndMrHyde Dr. Jekyll]] struggles with anxiety and depression. He also has a massive case of imposter syndrome. The author has implied that Hyde was in part created as a coping mechanism and a vessel to contain all the feelings he doesn't want in himself.----


* ''Manga/MyLesbianExperienceWithLoneliness'' The autobiographical protagonist struggles with depression, disordered eating, and self-harm. She resolves much of her codependency through discovering her sexual identity.

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* ''Manga/MyLesbianExperienceWithLoneliness'' ''Manga/MyLesbianExperienceWithLoneliness'': The autobiographical protagonist struggles with depression, disordered eating, and self-harm. She resolves much of her codependency through discovering her sexual identity.

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