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János Szőke says
Bawww. Now that’s what I call adorable. 🙂
Raven Bakura Cullen says
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Keith E Gottschalk says
Reminds me to jump into the neaest pile of leaves this weekend
Liz Ashton Beer says
Wow. This is really good.
Joni-Rae Carrack says
Ive just had a real blow recently and in the process of recovering. This really has given me hope. Thank you
I think a key part of the reassembly process is realizing that you are not who you were before. Most likely you never will be.
Trying to reassemble exactly what you were is impossible. But you can build something new.
I think one of the hardest parts of rebuilding is realizing that you are not who you were before.
Nor will you ever be.
And that’s neither good not bad.
It just is.
crying now but in a good way
This hit really close to home for me, I almost just started crying at work. But if I had been, it’d have been a good cry, at least. I’ve had clinical depression for at least half a decade now (diagnosed in 2008, symptoms before then), and I’ve recently fallen back into a depressive episode the past few weeks after having been doing well for a while. Reading this comic actually has really helped me feel a bit better. It’s always nice to have a reminder that I’m not alone. Thank you.
Alex Jace says
Those beautiful moments where you find a good memory and you sit down and you think “Was that really me? That was wasn’t it? I was so happy then.. and it was so beautiful. God I’d give anything to have that back”
Just as good as when you realise that there is one thing or person in your life that pulls you out of the horrors and pain without fail and clinging to that person or thing cause they are your lifeline. Still better if it’s a person that knows they’re your lifeline and doesn’t mind your clingyness BECAUSE they know
*Crying as I type this because I have someone who doesn’t even know they’re my lifeline*
I feel this way about my artwork. It’s the one thing in my life that’s been self-indulgent and steadily improving.
Mary Downey says
The old me is dead. The new me just exists.
I’m not even sure if there were any pieces of the old me to find.
Nicholas Dennison says
I…I think I needed this comic more than any other. I keep telling myself that if only I could start over, go back to who I used to be, then I could fix everything and life would be smooth(er) sailing. You made me cry like a baby, damn you, you wonderful human being.
this made me cry. (don’t worry, not in a bad way.) :’)
Oh, god, now I’m crying.
Thank you so much! You officially made day brighter 🙂
I love your addition of color also.
After years of struggle, I finally had the courage to go get help. I got my diagnosis today. Just wanted you to know that these comics have helped me so much. Thank you.