Depression

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: True Confessions  |  House: Booksie Classic

Submitted: September 27, 2018

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Depression

Suffering depression is uneasy. Once you've favorably received it or accurately tracks you, you are completely done. The genuine happiness that you felt inside suddenly turned upside down. Without sufficiently knowing it will punch you unexpectedly. There will be times where you'll long to cry, but you won't set your heart on to allowing it out. That one valuable time you wisely decide to gently release it, that is when concerned people genuinely want to start asking questions like, "Why are you crying?" And deep down you want to notify them, but the depression is handling you, telling you don’t you dare tell. Depression is where everything inside suffers so ponderous, indeed trying to snatch a direct breath will feel heavy. Gasping for proper air every 5 minutes will be hard cause of the heaviness. The feeling is unbearable, it’s like dying instantly. As if it is imprisoning you; gathering yourself up will most likely remain the most complex thing to do unless you force yourself to break and surrender. You are in an unusual world. It’s unyielding to deal with people’s attitude and their actions because the way they act around causes you to feel like your nothing; like you remain just an empty piece of crap, that no one genuinely cares about. Why doesn't life go the way we want? The easy-going way hiding from nothing, from others but life is what it is. 


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