The relationship between women, media, and mental health is complex. On one hand, the media can influence women’s mental health positively by providing information and resources about mental health issues, promoting self-esteem and self-care, and setting good role models. On the other hand, media can lead to the development of negative body image, unrealistic beauty standards, and social comparisons, leading to mental health issues such as anxiety, depression, and eating disorders. Studies show that women are more likely to experience mental health problems than men, and that social media may play a role in influencing this disparity. For example, media portrayals of women as overly emotional, and unstable can reinforce negative stereotypes and reinforce the stigma against women who experience mental health problems. Additionally, social media platforms have been associated with increased rates of anxiety, depression, and other mental health issues, especially among young women. The pressure to display a perfect image of oneself online and the constant comparison to others’ lives that appear to be perfect can negatively impact mental health. In general, it is important that media outlets are aware of their impact on women’s mental health and to promote messages and resources that positively impact and empower women. It is also important that individuals be cautious in using media and to prioritize self-care and self-acceptance over unrealistic standards and social pressures.