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ON THE OTHER SIDE OF DEPRESSION

December 7, 2018

I wish i understood how to forgive and forget. I harbour a lot of past traumas and past conversations that i feel i cannot let go. I hope that this post can help me let go and forgive the things that i hold so dearly, before the end comes to a near.  I urge my friends...

November 2, 2018

  

TO love,

Is not only to To be in love,

but to feel loved. To feel cherished, and to cherish wholeheartedly

to understand and be understood

love is

Loving imperfections,

perfectly.

Loving her, and all that she comes with,

Her crust on her eyes in the morn...

If you fall 7 times you're going to get up 7 times. Again, the first standing up does not count because it is not a failure but the start of a journey

''Set your life on fire, seek those who fan your flames'' Seek those that don't put your flames out, but help you grow, help your flames flourish into the wildest of fires.

February 28, 2018

Struggling with being a Young black female suffering from depression in london with all the pressure to be something or someone else. On Top of battling myself.

January 5, 2018

Moments of depression feel like a lifetime of hopelessness,

and a lifetime of hopelessness, sometimes only lasts a second

amongst the moments of happiness.. when you remember that depression is round the corner. Waiting to creep up on you like the rare moment you spot an...

November 1, 2017

Imagine being paralysed in sadness.Trying to find a 100 reasons to be happy, instead finding 100 more reasons to be sad.

September 25, 2017

Depression feels like drowning, constantly. not being able to make it to the surface, but seeing everyone around you afloat. No matter how much you swim to stay

September 8, 2017

I liken depression to drowning. Constantly finding myself in a depressed state under water. I cannot swim. But somehow i am still drowning. Years later, still waiting for a hand to reach out to me, a lifeline to save me. I often search for some sort of guidance above m...