Faces of depression

Depression comes in all shape and form, and at times it doesn’t appear in its classic way.

The classic way is when you have no energy to even get out of the bed. The way I felt last night however, was that I blamed myself for nearly every decision I’d ever made. And it’s true, I did make wrong decisions but not nearly as many as flashed before my eyes. Since this was true, it made sense to feel this way, but I didn’t know why.  I didn’t realize what was actually going on.  Even though in the back of my mind I knew I was exaggerating, still I couldn’t help but feel absolutely miserable and worthless.

However, after having slept on it overnight, now I feel better. Thinking back to the last night, I realize that I was feeling blue. Depressed. Down in the dumps.

Glad to be out of there.

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4 Responses to Faces of depression

  1. LydiaA1614 says:

    Very well said. I have often felt like you – the hopelessness. But you turned it around – congratulate yourself for that!

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  2. chattykerry says:

    Depression and all mental illnesses are insidious. Strange little symptoms that trip you up such as sleeping too much, eating too much or less, feeling out of sorts, aches and pains. I hear you, girl and glad you feel better today.

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