As a person suffering from depression myself, I understand how hard it is to feel like nobody is on your side. I have felt I do not have many people to turn to that I can fully trust with my issues. The people I have trusted my problems with have complained about how I was using them as some sort of outlet to dump everything on. So instead, I decided to turn to music. I am not very good at making music, but I occasionally just make little snippets of songs that probably will not get anywhere, but they make me feel better, personally. It does not necessarily have to be sad, but incorporating sadness in it helps channel the emotions in a healthy way. Because of this, music has made a huge impact on my life, and that is only one reason of many as to why I believe music can help with depression.
"Look, John, I know you want her to stay simply because she needs a home, but I don't want her here, alright? I don't care if she's our daughter's friend. I don't care if she has no family. I want her gone."
We all know that animation isn't an easy process, and some of us want to try it but never know how to start out. Shoot, I didn't know how to start out either, if I'm being honest.