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Ryan Primer

Ryan Primer, widely known as “Your Anxiety Is Lying 2 Yew” across social media platforms, is a beacon of hope and resilience in the realm of mental health advocacy. With a staggering following of over a million on Instagram alone, Ryan has become a trusted voice for those grappling with addiction, alcoholism, and mental health challenges.


His journey is marked by profound struggles and transformative triumphs. Ryan’s childhood is shrouded in mystery, with scant recollection of early years overshadowed by trauma. A pivotal moment occurred when his younger brother faced a life-threatening accident, casting a shadow over his formative years until high school. It was during this time that Ryan found himself mired in severe depression and crippling anxiety, seeking solace in alcohol.


However, his reliance on alcohol spiraled into addiction, manifesting in physical and emotional scars. Ryan’s battle with alcoholism reached a breaking point, leaving him with painful sores as reminders of the toxicity consuming him. Yet, within the depths of despair, he found the resilience to seek help and embark on the arduous journey to sobriety.


Today, Ryan stands as a testament to the power of recovery and redemption. Through his social media presence and advocacy work, he channels his experiences into a beacon of hope for others traversing similar paths. With unwavering dedication, Ryan strives to spread love, support, and awareness surrounding addiction and mental health.


His story serves as a reminder that healing is possible, that scars do not define us, and that each day presents an opportunity for renewal. Ryan Primer’s unwavering commitment to fostering a community of understanding and support is a testament to the transformative power of vulnerability and resilience.

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