Sesame Street's character, Elmo, shared a viral social-media-post about the well-being of individuals on X, a Twitter-platform.

Elmo's social media post, "How are everybody doing?", has garnered over 173 million views, highlighting the mental health crisis.

Elmo's social media post highlights the widespread mental health crisis, highlighting the daily misery and lack of fulfillment experienced by many people.

Elmo's social media post highlights the mental health crisis, featuring notable users like David Leavitt, Steven McInerney, T-Pain, and Rachel Zegler.

Elmo's social media post highlights the mental health crisis, highlighting the Official X, previously known as Sesame Street's Twitter page, which disseminated mental health and wellness resources.

Elmo expressed his affection for those grappling with mental health issues and expressed gratitude for reaching out to individuals. 

The crisis in mental health is brought to light in Elmo's social media post, which uses the hashtag "#EmotionalWellBeing."

Elmo, a three and a half-year-old Muppet monster from Sesame Street, has turned into a therapist, addressing election anxiety, relationship troubles, and existential dread on X.