January Jones criticized for comment on anxiety meme

January Jones is being criticized for comments she made in response to a meme about anxiety.

Instagram account MyTherapistSays posted a photo Sunday that read, “Me scrolling through Instagram finding memes relating to my irrational fears and anxiety” with a quote from “Friends” character Ross Geller that said, “Ah, humor based on my pain. Ah, ha, ha.”

Jones, 41, commented, “What is everyone nervous about? We all die. Find love or don’t. Have fun or don’t. Eat food and then get rid of it. It’s easy.”

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Her rep could not be reached for comment.

However, commenters didn’t find Jones’ remarks funny. Many bashed the actress for seemingly diminishing the seriousness of mental health.

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One user commented, “Saying that is so naive, and so harmful to everyone who is trying to cope with a mental illness. Anxiety is a serious medical condition….Please don’t contribute to the stigma. Educate yourself. Show some compassion.”

Others called out Jones for her privilege, saying, “….said the thin, rich, attractive white woman!” and “wow you are way out of touch with the real world and real people.”

This article originally appeared in Page Six