Category Archives: depression
Moving in slow motion The exertion to shake off the lethargy exhausting
As my last couple of posts have reflected, I’ve been feeling down, bummed out, blue, whatever you want to call it. My spirits are better. I think I’m over the worst and am finally coming out the other side.
It surrounds me holds me. It comforts. It’s familiar. It knows me, intimately. Reality kept at bay. This is better. Safe. Copyright (C) 2018 Penny Wilson
I feel the descent. I’m teetering on the edge of the abyss. Falling. Yet, grasping the rim. Holding on to the light. I feel as if I’ve been kicked in the chest. The pain is palatable. Heavy, so very … Continue reading
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A real look at what it means to NOT be depressed, written by Christine at Brave & Reckless. Brave & Reckless View original post
I need help from all of you. Not for me only but for everyone who is dealing with a mental health problem. Friends, in our part of world mental health problems are still something we feel too ashamed to talk…