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Elyse Myers Dares to Share

May 29, 2022

Elyse Myers dares to share her story about taking time to focus on mental health

Speaking up about challenges opens the door to help and healing. The Dare to Share campaign features personal videos from celebrities and kids sharing their experiences with mental health challenges and opening up about what we gain when we #DareToShare.

Learn more at Dare to Share.

Take time for yourself to refocus on what you're doing. Take a breather. Give yourself some rest. It's really, really important.

Elyse Myers

About Elyse Myers

Elyse Myers is a writer and comedian who achieved mainstream recognition as a digital content creator. Deemed “The Internet’s Best Friend,” she continues to serve her audience of more than 5M+ with her relatable stories, twisted Q&A’s over coffee, and by finding the extraordinary in seemingly ordinary moments – all while creating a space to shine light on what makes life fun (though sometimes downright painful). 

Elyse draws upon her comedy inspirations (Melissa McCarthy, Chris Farley, Amy Poehler, Nate Bargetze) to share her own POV on the world as a 28-year old new mom who is extraordinarily open and vulnerable. Elyse acts as an advocate for countless topics such as body image, ADHD, anxiety, imposter syndrome and more by allowing herself to be seen in a relentlessly unfiltered and genuine way. A few fan-favorite storytimes include Worst First Date, I Thought I Could Control Time, When Going Home Sick Works a Little Too Well, and I Will Never Fly First Class Again.

Before pursuing comedy full-time, Elyse worked as a web developer and brings her knowledge and love for user experience with her to this new career. Elyse currently lives in Nebraska with her husband and young son. Her recent collaborations include Aerie, Hulu, Dunkin’ Donuts, Audible, Quaker Oats, and many more.

Speaking up is important, but it can also be hard. These resources can help:

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