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very relate able, thanks for uploading
BJ Tennant says
Oh man, I’ve been right there.
Tomasz Gwóźdź says
Happiness…is for other people.
Yes… for some of us… happiness is something other people get to feel.
it’s better to have never felt it – this shit about “better to have loved and lost…” is pure arse.
It’s better to not have felt happiness than to lose it and see others experiencing it… knowing that you’re so likely to never know it ever again.
Maria Kaarnakari says
I’m married to the love of my life and still have these feelings.
Torey Lacey says
This is important. People often discredit depression in those who have loving supportive relationships.
Felis Dee says
Doug Keipp says
One thing I am working on: letting the world tell me, “No”. Rather than doing it myself
Evan J Sanders says
Too much truth.
The stutter mention tops it off for me, along with everything else.
The very odd thing there is that I find her stutter so endearing… if she were real life she is so pretty and that stutter is so endearing to me…
She’d be the one I wasn’t good enough for…
Esmerelda Bohème says
Oh no… now he’ll wonder why she stopped seeing him. *sigh* That’s rough. Feeling that you don’t deserve to be happy is hard.
Marith Flugelhorn says
Very relatable. (Btw, I just looked at your blog and your Patreon sketches are amazing!)
same feeling here … ):
Alana Farley says
Been there. Was there today. To the point of having pointless anxiety attacks.
That’s what my fursuits for…
And I wish I could share my photo from today lol because I stood there for a photo with 52 other people. Socialised and talked to about 20 of those. Got hugs and attention and even made a few kids day!
It sounds super unconventional but a lot of furrys have social anxiety but put on the suit and we can be the person we actually want to be, even if that person is a 6ft talking dog.
Marith Flugelhorn says
That’s awesome, I’m so glad for you! (Making a kid’s day is one of the things that can light even the darkest pit of depression for me. To give them the gift of feelings that I didn’t get to have at their age…it’s like redemption.)
Jose Bello says
Why do you keep putting the mirror on us? Too accurate, just swap to work or any other activities.
I think the same thing when a friend ask “are you ok?” I assume they are probably asking out of politeness and really don’t care plus I don’t want to weigh them down with my negativity so I never actually say the truth
Oof. I can relate to this one WAY too much. More on the social anxiety side of things than depression, but they sort of feed each other…
I can’t explain it, I love this character so much.
There’s something so.. human the way you draw her, her expressions..
Susi Matthews says
Yeah, especially when you’ve actually been rejected time after time after divorce from a narcissist…how does one not believe that you’ll always be alone and deserve to be.
In a relationship and have these same thoughts and feelings. They’re so hard to fight, sometimes, but it’s the best relationship I’ve ever been in and I really cherish them moments I have where these thoughts don’t bother me (as much).