So, who came up with such a genius idea giving people a chance to express themselves? A man named Levee is making himself a "therapist" for NYC's subway riders.
His Instagram bio reads,
I love to make people smile and laugh. If someone has something heavy they want to get off their chest or a question that needs answering, I'm there.
While he's not an actual, licensed therapist, he makes himself available to riders in case they want to talk and get things off of their chests. So generous!
Levee spoke to BuzzFeed about the project, saying,
If someone wants to get something off their chest or has a burning question, [he's] happy to be there for them.
While the "Subway Therapy" project has existed for a while, the post-its and notes are a new addition providing New Yorkers and anyone with something to say an outlet to get their message out.
The notes contain messages like "I love this town and I love this country," “I wept for our children and I wept for our future," "I regret my vote," "You will not divide us, love is everything" and "Time to fight back."