In high school, my friends were my rocks. They always understood the things I was going through (the best they could) and were there at the drop of a hat if I needed them.
Things I don't like that have been said to me about my mental illness
1. You just over-exaggerate, you need to move on.
3. You'll never get through this, you're too weak.
4. What's wrong with you?
I have often read that there was a reason Disney cartoon character Kim Possible is such a Mary Sue.
So ever since I got home from the Celebration of Life today, I’ve had one of Colin’s favourite songs on repeat. Seabird by Alessi Brothers.
Depression makes no sense. It strikes many people you don’t suspect. It’s something hidden because it’s something most are embarrassed about. Those that have it are often viewed as weird and are avoided by others.
Earlier today, a friend told me about a friend of his that had started taking anti-depressants. She said that she felt like “some kind of crazy person” for taking them, and my friend verified for me that she was only taking one or two pills.