Not Feeling Happy? Burger King Creates 'Real Meals' for More Complicated Emotions

'Pissed Meal,' 'DGAF Meal' and more highlight Mental Health Awareness Month

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The relationship between mental health and food is incredibly delicate and often times exacerbated by temptation, stress and fatigue. It can also function as a balm, providing a temporary moment of healing when we’re feeling particularly vulnerable.

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