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responsibility is always the worst possible nightmare for those who are always already pre-occupied by their own minds
Garry Lodmill says
Everytime I start feeling and doing better, I start falling backwards again…
Jennifer Hiller says
My dad worked at a company for 10 years. Every year he got a promotion, but it never came with a pay raise.
Benjamin Hunt says
That hurt so hard because that is my existence
Had a job interview the same day the strip came up, felt way in over my head. Today they told me I didn’t get the job.
Don’t know if I should be glad or not.
I’m not sure I understand this. I do try and understand depression, but at the same time, I need to be honest and say ” I don’t get it.” Maybe someone could explain?
I’ll just use myself as an example of what it’s like for me. I have a job where this thing just happened like in the comic. I am getting promoted to work in a new department, although because I still have suicidal thoughts, I feel like my new job is just going to be a waste of time. For me too is just looking at any new opportunity as a waste of time. Because nothing lasts with depression, I just don’t want to have to have to start something new. It’s tiring. Maybe this is different for others, this is just my take. I hoped this reply helped.