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Tomasz Gwóźdź says
depression comix says
I even tried to get the font right!
Rachel Billington says
The society font got success? It’sa great touch!
Heather Bufkin says
If only the dark glasses weren’t welded to our heads.
Racheal Cooke says
Heather Bufkin no shit, right? Depression is a freaking curse.
Jeffery Witman says
“I’m sure this simple, amateur idea will totally fix you, and if it doesn’t it’s your own fault, not mine.”
Nicole Lee says
Oof, this one hit me hard..
Siska Mustatassu says
Hugs and kisses to all. <3
Felis Dee says
That’s my husband to a tee.
Esmerelda Bohème says
Anxiety makes you wonder, how soon until it all falls apart? I never enjoy success long. Always have a plan B and escape.
When I was depressed it seemed like everyone else was wearing rose-tinted glasses, and I was the only one who could see how dark, dull, and pointless existence was.
Depression doesn’t just affect your thoughts and feelings. It also alters your perceptions. The world seems dimmer, colours are less vibrant, food tastes bland, most music is simply noise, and the sense of touch is dull and distant. Sometimes I felt so disconnected that I wondered whether I existed at all.
and I was the only one who could see how dark, dull, and pointless existence was….
But it is….. Oh wait, am I depressed??? Bugger!
No, I was like it IS dark and pointless… Then we die…
It’s like I said to my therapist – depression is basically seeing the world through shit-colored glasses.
I would pay so much money for Depression sunglasses.
Thing is. A lot people here pay to try and take them off
believe him it’s TRULY hard to see success in anything even if you tried your hardest … very relate able