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Bryce Maryott says
Sometime I think “I’m the only one that’s done that.”
Noela Camille Bonilla Tumesa says
God, I thought I was the only one who experience that… I’m glad I’m not alone.
Always a big fan of your work. Please keep it up.
depression comix says
Well, other than the dressy-up part, I sure can relate.
Lorialette (@Lorialette) says
234 http://t.co/PL8cKNE5yw via @depressioncomix
I relate to this so much. Used to happen to me all the time
Winston Rowntree says
I swear to god these comix make me feel less alone like nothing else does. Your work is important and i’m so grateful for it.
Hey, cool seeing you here! Thanks a lot for linking to this comic on your site, that’s how I discovered it a while ago and yeah, it makes me feel less alone too.
I’m a big timesaver, I leave out the getting fixed up part, and go right to the videogame. I’ve been looking at the door the last four hours. Oreos call, I don’t even have to cross the street, but here I sit. :/
Brad Beeson says
I hate those days.
Julia Davis says
I hate getting ready to go out with friends to something and then suddenly my anxiety is so bad it’s just “Nope nope nope!” and then I have to cancel and change into my comfy stay at home clothes and feel bummed all night about my inability to leave the house.
Jonnett Walker says
Henri Lucius Wolfshoen says
HA. Literally the last hour of my life
Jay Aoyama says
is there a problem? i like looking nice for my computer.
-jay was here!
Johanna Manninen says
Yup. except maybe for the dressing up -part.
Yikes. This seems familiar. These days I manage to spite that NOPE door and still get out, just because friends keep inviting me out and even if I feel shitty I could never bring myself to cancel. I can never ever go out by myself though.
Melly Howarth says
This happens way more often than it should. :/
Huh. I guess that’s part of why I feel so accomplished when I DO get out. Other than the imaginary straps holding me down.
Natália Guimarães says
I hate those days. But I’m glad to see I’m not alone.
ktbenbrook (@baronger) says
This is so true for me ~ The door Bouncer ~ 234 http://t.co/DuAosg8nwt via @depressioncomix
YEP. It becomes a major accomplishment just to go outside. My door is all, ‘It’s quiet and soothing and easy in here, why bother to unlock me?’ Pretty dang hard to refute it.
234 http://t.co/Y5EAG02Uc8 via @depressioncomix
I get stuck in the mirror, feel too ugly to be seen, worthless
I know this door. And the more frequently I stay home from events where I would be seeing friends the more difficult it gets. I start to believe that they think I don’t like them, so best if I don’t go. Knowing that the feeling isn’t rational helps to motivate me to get out but the feeling remains.
you do know that EVEN if you go outside nothing will change … yup play video games and ACHIEVE some progress!