Lacey Evans is never one to keep her opinions to herself, and she has quite a platform to share them on. She’s taken heat from fans in the past over controversial posts about autism, and now she is weighing in a bit about how to maintain mental health.

The Lady of WWE re-posted a message on her Instagram story from Bedros Keuilian that broke down anxiety and depression. Bedros suggested to exercise hard every day, eat well, and make a lot of money.

How to fix 99% of anxiety & depression

1) Excercise hard daily
2) Eat clean
3) Put purpose over pleasure
4) Make a lot more money
5) Stop overthinking
6) Help others and be kind
7) Mind your own f*cking business

Your problems are much easier to solve than you think…

The Bunny logged into Instagram, and it seems that she saw this post from Lacey Evans. The AEW star then proceeded to drop a video message that seemed to take a somewhat aggressive stance against the message that Lacey Evans sent out.


Some of us manage our mental health issues with medication. To suggest that simply exercising, eating a certain way, working more; etc etc etc will cure your mental illness is harmful and perpetuates the notion that mental health issues aren’t actual ILLNESSES. If anyone out there is struggling to do basic human activities due to their anxiety, depression, etc, you aren’t alone. Please take care of yourselves and don’t listen to the narrative that you are choosing to suffer. I know from experience that you are doing the best you can. Sending love to all of you

Lacey Evans has not responded to The Bunny’s message at all, but she’s not likely to back down from her stance. This comes during a time when she seems to relish the idea of drawing heat from fans. Only time will tell if her unique message of inspiration hits home with anyone positively.

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