Your Voice – Depression
In a world full of 6 billion+ people, we can feel as though our voice gets lost. We are one person in a sea of millions of faces. What do we matter? Yet, each one of us has a voice, one that needs sharing, and so in this special post I bring you the experiences of people who suffer with depression and what it means to them. Take a look.
It’s like treading water, and you know you will go under eventually and all this effort is pointless, you wanna stop and let the water take you but for some reason you keep going, but you’re tired now and everything hurts and there’s no end in sight #mentalhealth https://t.co/mORlURC3jB
— Debs (@Deborarara) July 13, 2018
Depression means to me never knowing how it feels to be happy. Because, I can never remember true happiness. Depression, to me, is an absence of worthwhile emotion.
— Delightfully Frustrated (@dawndusk16) July 13, 2018
It’s like having an angry dog in the corner at all times. One thing can set that dog off and you live your entire life trying to avoid setting it off, but somehow you always do and always will, and you know that but you’re not okay with it.
— Natural Healthy CBD (@CbdHealthy) July 13, 2018
So there you have it: the experiences of people who struggle with depression. Is it what you expected it to be? Different? Let us know, we’re interested in your experiences as well!
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