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Old 02-20-2014, 10:41 PM   #611 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Rezdaddy Longlegs View Post
Agreed. I think having someone to talk to in person or even online that has been through it and has gotten better is the best way to get past it. My mom has always been that person for me and a woman I met over yahoo answers surprisingly.

Basically if you see someone else who was in an even worse or equally bad position can get out of it you will possibly see that "light" that depression blocks.
Having someone to talk to didn't work for me because I pushed everyone that even remotely cared about me away and isolated myself.

My depression got so bad that I wouldn't leave the house, used to order delivery food every other night and wasn't even taking baths because I just didn't care. Something just clicked inside of me one day and I was finally able to pull myself up out of that state on my own and decided to get my shit together.
Fame, fortune, power, titties. People say these are the most crucial things in life, but you can have a pocket full o' gold and it doesn't mean sh*t if you don't have someone to share that gold with. Seems simple. Yet it's an important lesson to learn. Even lone wolves run in packs sometimes.

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