depression

It is not just a matter of feeling sad; discover an honest view of the mental, emotional and physical toll of clinical depression.

  • Ashleigh
    Published 2 months ago
    Depression

    Depression

    Growing up, I never had the perfect childhood. In fact, it was pretty rough through and through. I ended up living in a trailor park for four years after my family lost the house, and I was bullied until middle school. If that doesn't make you say, "That's pretty messed up," then I don't know what will. Once I got to high school, I noticed that I wasn't too happy with the things I used to be excited to do. I stopped drawing, and watching anime altogether. Nobody really noticed that I was going through anything at that time, but I knew something was up. As much as I didn't want to, I had to tell my mom about it, which wasn't pretty in the slightest. She began to look at me differenlty and her eyes were always filled with a sort of sadness. It made it hard for me to want to look at her from then on. Soon after, my whole family knew about it, and I started to feel like a circus animal. My own dad said that what I was feeling wsa just a phase, and that it would pass soon after. Which, to be honest, wasn't something I really wanted to hear, but I knew that he had good intentions. I started to feel like nobody understood me, and that what I was feeling was beginning to get worse after that whole fiasco happened.
  • Yuliya Oleynykova
    Published 2 months ago
    How to Deal with Depression?

    How to Deal with Depression?

    Depression is a disorder that we feel persistent sadness. We may feel sad due to a loss of our loved ones, stress, and failures in our life etc. But sometimes we may not be able to figure out why we are sad.
  • Hart Blackwell
    Published 2 months ago
    On Suicide Part 1

    On Suicide Part 1

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  • Taylr Tuggle
    Published 2 months ago
    Stop It With The Filters

    Stop It With The Filters

    Stop It With The Filters
  • The Geeky Chica
    Published 3 months ago
    The Secret About Suicidality

    The Secret About Suicidality

    Several years ago, I tried to kill myself.
  • Dominic Watson
    Published 3 months ago
    WALKING IN THE ABYSS

    WALKING IN THE ABYSS

    I've levelled out. After weeks of clinging on for dear life - literally - I have regained some semblance of balance. Careful though. One misstep and you will fall, Dom A pebble in the void, the only direction, down.
  • Kylie Perez
    Published 3 months ago
    Unhappiness or Depression?

    Unhappiness or Depression?

    Is it crazy to think that I would never be happy ? Or even have that insane rush of happiness a lot of people get .
  • Mohamed Maoui
    Published 3 months ago
    The Is How Antidepressants Changed My life and May Change Yours
  • Sarah Williams
    Published 3 months ago
    How to Avoid a Depression After Rehab?

    How to Avoid a Depression After Rehab?

    The transition from addiction to rehab can be difficult and stressful. It comes after the decision to start with recovery and, in most cases, is followed by fear and pain. The process of detoxication, as well as the road to sobriety itself, brings many obstacles and challenges for people with substance use disorder. The thought that one day, they’ll be free from addiction and able to live a normal life again is probably the most important inspiration that will keep them positive and away from relapse. For that reason, most programs created to help with rehab for men https://addictionresource.com/drug-rehab/men-only/, as well as for women, are based on the idea of getting these people mentally and physically strong enough to cope with the process.
  • Kanema Mupila Kameya
    Published 3 months ago
    CORONA VIRUS DEPRESSION [CVD]

    CORONA VIRUS DEPRESSION [CVD]

    CORONA VIRUS DEPRESSION [CVD]
  • Sabrina Macey
    Published 3 months ago
    I Fought Today

    I Fought Today

    I woke up today. I hit the snooze button more than 10 times only to realize that I’m awake and just hitting it for no reason. I stared at my ceiling for 30 minutes listening to the alarm ring and my dog bark not knowing if I could get up. “Maybe if I call in today, I’ll just tell them I’m sick. I mean I am, just not in the way that they think.” I finally got out of bed. Every ounce of my body fought me wanting to lay back down. I’m tired. I shuffle into the bathroom. I don’t look in the mirror. I can’t. I already know what is waiting for me and i am not ready to face that just yet.
  • Kate Lestarchick
    Published 3 months ago
    Found Again

    Found Again

    For my Vocal Love More I’d like to submit a photo I found from tumblr, a video by Thom Yorke, and the social media account Tokyo Fashion.