Mental Health – You are not alone – Syman Says Saturday Episode #83

okay you can sneeze it's okay it's Simon Says Saturday 83 it's a beautiful sunny day and this episode is a roller coaster of emotions anything you want to say nope no no it's a good okay well it's a good news story yes so we're going to visit him we're gonna set them all up for his new place so that he can finally start getting the healthy yep so follow along let's go hi there Aaron Simon Says farms and today's episode is a small PSA mental health is real a lot of people won't hide from it and they don't want to show their flaws if you got something going on inside you don't want people to know because you're scared about what other people think hence the reason I'm sitting in front of a red door that needs to be painted right I don't care if you think my red door looks like crap we know it looks like crap eventually it'll get painted it'll get fixed you know love over the past couple days Liz and I have learned a lot about the system and about the signs and about different things you can do to help somebody else that's struggling we just want to let everybody know you're not alone and our goal on this channel we've said it from day one and you could see it in the intro is family farming fun in that order on purpose I mean the fun should probably be not last but family obviously comes first we own a farm and fun is necessary so we're gonna try to get back to the fun you know we're working through things we're gonna get to where we need to be and you whoever out there this channel is helping Luke I'm busy um it's gonna get to where you need to be and if we could help in any way please don't ever hesitate to reach out because you're not alone no nobody in this is alone so that's my PSA the mental health system is broken they've got a lot going on in my head as to how I think it could be fixed and different technologies that can help but that's huge stuff Liz and I have already talked a little bit the other day about starting a non-profit and seeing if we can make a difference using animals technology I don't know it's huge it's another project I got to be careful about our mental health by adding a whole nother project but it's definitely something we want to do we want to get hazel out there as a therapy dog to help others and just whatever it is if it's the live feed that's what it is if it's getting our dog out in public that's what it is so or if it's just making you guys laugh when I sing in the barn more that'll come to so when life throws you lemons you should make lemonade I asked them for lemons not limes all right with all that out of the way it's gonna be a very busy day today on the farm we've got the reinforcements are coming in we got grandparents on their way down driving from way upstate New York baseball hall-of-fame area that's a four and a half hour ride to get here super early in the morning to watch our kids not go kids real kids so Liz and I can get back to the hospital and view it Jake Tyler and uncle Kevin are going to a big y2 cell swanky sauce today old sabor Connecticut swanky sauce event in their store they're doing a farmers market style thing this is like a bobbing head video I'm just talking and bobbing my head Luke keeps scratching that door I got a run inside an empty out rabbit trays because the rabbits that live indoors are pooping a lot and now flies love poop so I gotta clean that out every rabbit inside is moving outside today and then the last but not least is we have a goat snuggle this morning and that is way too important for people's mental health they love it they sit down they snuggle goats it's good for them it's good for us you know Liz loves that and we could not cancel it so there's about 18 to 20 people coming this morning to hang out with some goats and then after that we're on the road family is priority number one so I shave too don't know if you noticed that you know it's been a lot about a week but uh that's it you know I don't know what else to say or do we don't have much time to make a good video I don't even know if this was 84 or 85 but I'll make sure the number is correct in the beginning liz is getting ready really think she wants to be on camera right now and I don't blame her I kind of used the camera during these times so that's it you're not alone oh look I'm really not alone what are you doing all right I got to end this video with some funny stuff and some sad stuff we'll mix it all together and stop touching the truck it's new don't scratch it okay check this out and have a great day into that wall is this an amusement park ride or an exercise machine a park ride


  1. Not only is the mental health system broken so is the health care here in New Mexico and probably most of America! We are having to go to Texas tomorrow to get care for my 3 year old because the doctors here will not help her. Thank you for sharing your struggles!

  2. I have started to say something about this in chat but haven't.
    I have experienced a depression episode . I think that is what it is called if it goes on for a longer time. Ok, major depressive episode is the label. It happened a long time ago but has resurfaced again in this part of my life. Saying it was a long time ago does not change or lessen the memories of it.
    My mother came to my apartment and took me back to our hometown. I was blessed with people around me who were not going to let me die. I was in hospital and medication was gotten right and I started toward the end of that dark tunnel.
    This last year I have started to see the same symptoms etc. we have changed meds done all kind of things but hey, I am not functioning right. I get so down tears just roll and I have started that avoiding people.
    I want to say, this is something that happens. The person going through it isn't having a pity party.
    They are literally doing the best they can at this time. My heart breaks to know Jake is going through this.
    Everyone and everything will be ok because I see the love between the members of this family … just hang on.

  3. There is always lots of beautiful gestures made, and comforting words said. You smile, you make everyone around happy, you pretend. You are being called 'little sunshine' and how much they envy you your careless life. Then you turn around and see you are alone. So you deal with it. As long as you can. Untill you don't.

  4. Omg I love you guys❣️ Aaron I started tearing up with you. I know we are all here for you, Liz and the family β€οΈπŸ’œπŸ’™πŸ’›πŸ’šπŸ§‘

  5. Those (s)Lime balls… you asked for a lemon and they gave you a lime, lol. Seriously, you really do have to make lemonade out of the lemons of this life. You're right, Mental Health is real. You all will be fine. Just having parents that care is a major first step in the right direction. I suffered for years and though it's a long process, I started seeing great results by detoxing my immune system and cutting out most sugars from my diet. I was blown away by finding out how much food affected my brain. Not everyone is affected by the food we eat the same way, but some people like me have sensitive systems I guess. Anyway, I know it's not easy sharing, but God bless you all. Sharing can be therapeutic, but it also helps people know they are not alone. Hey, my heart is with you Syman family. Now, go make some lemonade or clean up rabbit poop or somethin' πŸ˜˜πŸ’•

  6. I struggle with severe depression and anxiety disorders and other coning out with stories like your encourages other to seek help. It can be an uphill battle but you are a strong family and will come through this and you son will get the help he needs, there will be adjustments along the way. Mental Health is broken. I am 59 and have struggled with issues since i was 13. Getting help is the first big step and sticking with having to try different med and their side effect or not working can be hard but eventually one clicks. I am praying for your family. yall will be good again. love to all .

  7. Yes, mental illness is real and the system is broken. It breaks my heart seeing so many children struggle with this. This wasn't a problem back when I was a kid. Kids today are exposed to so much violence in tv shows, movies and video games. Children's brains are fragile and each time they see a violent act, it affects them in a very real way. They watch tv and play games for "entertainment" but most of this "entertainment" is filled with shooting and killing. What kind of message does this send to our kids? We are literally brainwashing our kids to enjoy killing others for fun and games. Please research the negative effects of video games on children's brains. My prayers are with your family.

  8. I haven't been able to get into chat much recently because of my own challenges, but I wanted you to know that all my spare love and positve thoughts are being sent your way to our precious Jake and the whole family, human and furry. It could be a long and sometimes bumpy road, but hopefully it will get smoother as you pass along on your journey!*!

  9. Wow, just…wow! Powerful video! I suffer from Bipolar Disorder myself and I have found watching the goats to be therapeutic. Their antics make me laugh, even on days when I feel less than human. Thank God for you helping people and I continue to pray for Jake. Syman family, you are all in my thoughts and prayers.

  10. Godspeed SSF family. Been struggling with
    Bipolar 1 since the late 1970s. Some days are harder than others, but support from others helps! πŸ˜‰β€πŸ‘

  11. This video is so honest and from your hearts. Thank you Symans for sharing with us. Continued prayers for all of you.

  12. Lots of love and hugs to the family. Besides the system you are his biggest support for how much love you have for Jake and the rest of the family. As your YouTube family Thank You for always taking us along with you and showing us the love, happiness, the up and down and that's why I love watching you all .

  13. This is such an important message! Mental health is real and so important to overall health. Praying for healing for Jake and your family β™₯️

  14. Aaron my daughter has mental health issues I have been through a lot my heart breaks for you it's a long journey I will pray for you and Liz and the family and Jack πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™β€οΈβ€οΈ

  15. Thank you for sharing Jake's and your family's mental health journey with all of us. Mental health touches so many families and I for one appreciate how you have brought it into the daylight. My thoughts and prayers are with Jake and the whole family.

  16. Mental health services are on its knees here in the uk πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ and yet nearly everyone I know either suffers or knows someone that suffers. It’s so common in our younger generation. My youngest daughter who is now 24 has been struggling with life since her teens. Much love to you all x

  17. This is one of the most heart wrenching, honest and beautiful videos I have seen on the internet. It is so true no matter what state you live in the mental health system is very broken in so many ways. But the most important piece is you both realize the signs and symptoms and jump right in. I know from my own experience with my 27-year-old daughter how many hurdles you have to jump. She came to us at 19 months of age with so many mental health issues and the past almost 27 years has been a struggle but we never gave up, fought all the fights we had to and yes she does still struggle in many ways but has made such remarkable progress. And we have filled our lives with those who totally understand and can support her when she needs it. Just know all of you will make the right decisions each step of the way, not without tears, but you have the support of so many who love and respect all of you. I am sure the Good Lord has all of you wrapped in his arms and will lead the way for you and Jake. Thank you for all you do and know every decision you make will be right one. Again thank you and Jake for sharing your story. It has been such a blessing for everyone. You are all in my thoughts, heart and prayers.

  18. Be patient, life is circular it will get better. You do help so many with this feed. Take care of your beautiful family and things will get brighter

  19. Thank you so much for this video. Mental heath is real. Jake has a great family to support him. You never know you could have saved someone’s life by posting this video.

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