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Looking the other way

Monday, October 19, 2009

depression is something you think you have beat>>>> sooner than later it comes back. For me its been a life long battle thahas been hard to come to grips with. t have great family and friends but their seemd to be that void where you feel worthless. I have expressed this to very few people but I still have the same feelings. These are the prime years of my life but I feel as if i am dead inside. I have felt this way for soo long i just had to reach out. Im not sure if anyone of you has felt this way but it feels awful. I take meds but the pain is deep, deeper than i can explain. Kinda weird for me to post this but i had to get this out but i am constantly covering up my feelings and somethines its just too much. Hope someone can help

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    Hey! I came across your page. Depression is not really something you should bottle up inside, because it could just make it worse. Expressing your feelings is a good thing, and no one should look at what you say as bad. I have battled with minor depression, but I think most of it was with the crap I went through when I was a child and then my weight. Because of my childhood I gained a lot of weight to hide behind it, which just made matters worse. I am not taking control of MY life and taking care of myself for once! I think you are doing a good job, and you should always express your feelings!
    4292 days ago
  • BMORE73
    Life is a battle and we must be soldiers at war with our own feeling sometimes. Just stay in the spirit of positive and motivating people. Remember you are loved and for every ounce of pain you have, there is someone else with a liter of pain. Hardships and Life's trials and tribulations make us the earth angels we become....let it out so you can let peace be within. Peace, LOVE, Prayers
    4301 days ago
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