Do these mental health products even do anything?

Published 2022-11-14

All Comments (21)
  • @lincoln9843
    One day i turned on drew gooden and my grandma immediately said “i hate this guy.” And i now i think about it everytime i watch him
  • I think the worst part is that these brands were actively targeting you because you had a break in your mental health. They’re praying on the fact that you need help, and they say they can sell it to you.

    I own a drawer of useless shitty stuff like this that I buy because I’d try anything to get some semblance of physical or mental health, and I guess on some level it’s obvious that these companies have been scamming me, but when you’re desperate, you don’t see that, you just see the little glimmer of hope that throwing more money in this sinkhole will make it close up.
  • @00Noir
    Watching Drew's cat in the background did more for my anxiety than any of these products probably would
  • Drew: "You know what else has Bluetooth and the ability to vibrate?"
    Me: 👁️👄👁️
  • The transformation of Drew’s content over the years from ranting about terrible influencers to terrible products is amazing and seamless.
  • the thing that bothers me the most about the subscription service is that that money could easily go towards one therapy session a month, which would likely be wayyyyyyyy more helpful than anything you tried. you're absolutely right, this is exploitative as hell.
  • @emmaleeskater
    the way to tell how much time has passed has never been easier than watching drews blue hair slowly turn more and more into a seasick green while his roots grow in
  • I'll never skip Drew's ads because I'm worried he'll end up with credit card debt at the rate he's buying things
  • Bim Bim giving herself an angry bath after Drew put his foot down on her kitty nonsense behavior made me kinda happy. 🤗
  • @eeeeer321
    Reminds me of a $60 toy I specifically picked out at Toys R Us on my 10 or 11th birthday. Toy was a headband that attached to a plastic air vent that blows a ball, making it float, based on your "focus". Aboslute scam of a toy. Took only 10 minutes of use to shatter my expectations and birthday dreams. Definitely learned a life lesson that day lmao
  • @theresivy
    I find it adorable how Drew having two different hair colors fighting on his head makes him resemble Amity Blight if she was a grown ass man still throwing shade at Jeremy Renner lmao
  • kitty boy !!1!
    I regret leaving the mental hospital if this is what I had waiting for me
  • @jandjorgensen
    Wow, Drew! You got smarter and smarter over the course of the video. At the start of it, you bought these dumb products and at the end you stopped buying these dumb products.

    These things must work!
  • @dopeman4969
    I actually bought the Calmigo last year when I was having a really rough time. So rough that I was willing to fork over $200 for what seemed to be some sort of miracle device. I used it maybe once, and then realized it was unhelpful and pretty much useless. A paper bag served me better than that. So that is my personal testimony about the Calmigo
  • @Spiderkote
    Poor kitty was just going to go in and out and probably in and out again, and now it is stuck with Drew's ramblings lol. Look how patient it is, waiting and grooming, and sleeping and walking around and not interrupting - very distinguished! (:
  • @TheShazMC22
    “I was causing the problem I was stressing about, by stressing about it” this is just me with everything
  • To me the pebble egg thing theoretically COULD do some good. Sort of like when a cat sits on your chest and purrs, a vibrating weight on a person with anxiety’s chest could work similar to a weighted blanket. Nothing medical about it, just comfort.
  • @hypovisor8989
    this was like a real life flowers for algernon. drew became so much smarter from the vibrating plastic garbage and then he was a genius forever. I think that's how the story goes
  • @roly_polygons
    I love watching Drew slowly develop a debilitating shopping addiction