'Better Days' are the days that I've already been living, spending quality time with my wonderful family, arranging massive group videocalls with the family I've not seen or spoken to in months/years, and going on small adventures with my sister, truly appreciating the nearby countryside and canal walks. Days without having to stress about work, or money, due to an insurance payout from a car crash last year that arrived just in time. Being able to go barefaced, thus clearing my skin of spots produced from makeup. Falling in love with writing again, and music, because I have time. Baking and cooking the odd cake or meal from the days when I used to love cooking.
In all the days that come to pass
So, this is a topic that I've heard we're all apparently 'sick of hearing about', but I don't think we talk about it enough. Depression comes in a variety of different forms to different people, sometimes based off their own individual life experiences, sometimes due to a genetic chemical imbalance in the brain.