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Janell Contreras says
Exactly how I feel when I go see friends
Nikki Jeske says
Every. Single. Time.
straight from my lips it doesn’t matter either online or in real … hell ……… it’s the same
Uh, this one hits close to home…
Hannah Abanto Freyre says
Tereza Teya Česalová says
Yes. Definitely me. Every time.
Justin Hammerly says
Most comics I can relate to, and quite a few of them hit close to home, but none as much as this.
Scary how much I recognise this
Dexter OverNinethousand Thomas says
This, all the time this.
Tiamat Noricum says
Drew Leifheit says
This. But I thought depression was the absence of feeling. These comics have all SORTS of feelings all over them. Mostly sad ones.
absence of feeling = empty/numb
depression is much more than that.
Symptoms of depression:
Feelings of helplessness and hopelessness. …
Loss of interest in daily activities. …
Appetite or weight changes. …
Sleep changes. …
Anger or irritability. …
Loss of energy. …
Feelings associated with depression? Numb, empty, miserable, suffering, pain, anger, hurt, loneliness, shame, guilt, weak, slight paranoia(everyone hates me), anxiety, frustration, fed up, fatigued both mentally and physically, worthless, uselessness.
and more, no doubt.
depression more so encompasses a difficulty to function, not a singular feeling.
Vanessa Gregorut says
Heather Jane Hilton says
Mark Ashley says
haha This feels like me!
Julie James says
i can relate!
Tam Sanger says
Oh yeah. know that one!
Not only an insightful story, but finally a woman in a comic who has my nose! wow.
Alex Goldrich says
yup, me too.
I no longer have friends because I gave into this feeling/self-talk. Ow. 🙁
Every. Damn. Imperfection.
Impostor syndrome, anyone?
Rumination (Post-event rumination).
Ruuby May says
I can’t ‘only’ see depressions in it, but a grand issue most Aspergers have in this…including myself.
Superbe comics! Really really good, thank you!
Damn. Stereotypical though this may sound, I thought I was the only one who had these post-social meltdowns.
This is me every weekend.
Lori Le Meyers (@lorimeyers) says
A ressaca emocional é assim: http://t.co/AuotYxQUyj
It’s funny, after some good social time with friends or anyone really, my reaction is more along the lines of:
“Wait a minute, I had fun and was a nice and normal (maybe even funny) person for once? That’s not me. I’m a sad loner, and I love being alone. I don’t need this. And I don’t need them, just like they don’t need me either.”
And back at home I go back to comfortably wallowing in my despair again. At least there nothing will ever change or turn on me.
Winston Rowntree says
Yyyup. Oh, and this needs an addendum where you want to talk to people about this (or even just post this comic on facebook) but you don’t because you’re afraid of making it look like you’re blaming your friends for you feeling this way. Vicious circle etc….