Depression my old friend

Welp the depression is back. I feel it in my bones. It’s a blanket of dark clouds where everything is harder to do. I want magnificent things for me but there’s always a but… i can’t find it or manifest it. I just don’t know what to do I’m so tired of the struggle though im not ready to give up. Im just sore from being mentally bruised.

9 thoughts on “Depression my old friend

  1. I’m so sorry, my dear. I understand that feeling all too well and I’m sorry that you’re dealing with it and struggling right now. I wish I could say something that would help, but I know nothing does. So I’m just sending hugs your direction. ❤

  2. This is beyond powerful. And I am so sorry you are feeling this way. But you are so courageous for posting this. And you’re strength to keep fighting is amazing. So much love to you and your journey. 🖤

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