I am pretty sure I’m depressed. I just lay in bed with thoughts swirling. Im not interested in anything and i can’t seem to either care enough or too much. I wish i had something poignant to say but i don’t.

8 thoughts on “Depression

  1. I wish we lived nearby. I need to get out, you need to get out, we could get out together and grab some coffee or go sit in a park.

  2. Oddly, it was Jim Carey who I first heard say this, but the answer for being depressed is right there in the word if you say it slowly: Deep Rest. I found this to be true. Much like Pennsylvania, sometimes you can’t get around it, you just have to go through the middle of it to get to the other side.

  3. I experienced cyclical depression for 25 years. GPs tried to help but couldn’t. Nothing changed until I saw a psychiatrist. And I have a feeling that you’ll be stuck with this until you see one too. So, when’s your next appointment?

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