What’s the most depressing thing about your own depression?
The saddest thing about my own depression is that I know that I can’t help.
My depression is so real and my feelings are so real that I feel compelled to try to help others by trying to alleviate their pain.
And I can.
Myself and my partner have been married for 13 years and have grown together and fallen in love.
And, yes, we have been together for a while now.
But I also have a job and we have a daughter, so it’s not the most normal of things to have two lives together.
My own depression feels different to most, but I can never escape it.
It’s like an invisible curse.
In fact, the curse can sometimes make me feel like a monster.
But when I finally managed to get through it and understand it, I realised that there is no cure for depression.
I don’t believe that depression is a disease.
There is a way to deal with depression and it can be a productive tool.
Depression is like a disease and we can treat it, but it’s never going to completely solve the underlying issues that lead to it.
But there are some things that can be done to make it less devastating.
I will never be able to completely forget my husband.
We both know that he is my rock.
But his death has been devastating for me.
My daughter is only two and he has a difficult time speaking about it.
We have been able to live together since he passed away and we are both coping with our grief together.
And we are getting along well.
I know my depression will never completely go away.
I am determined to overcome it and I know I will eventually.
But it’s going to take more than a few years.
If I can only take one thing away from this article, it’s this: depression is not a disease, it is a part of who we are.
It is a reflection of our life and it is also an opportunity for us to learn, to build, to connect.
And if you have been struggling with depression, it would be great to talk to a psychologist or a therapist.
And maybe you can do something to help other people with depression.
But if you are struggling with your own illness, talk to your doctor, talk with your GP, talk in your community.
Tell them what you know about depression and ask them to get in touch with you.
You are not alone.
Depression and the other sufferers of mental illness are not the only sufferers in our world.
The sufferers who have lost their jobs, their homes, their jobs and even their lives, are the others who are most in need of our support and our support is available in many ways.
The support that we receive is not always unconditional.
But we can be hopeful that we will one day be able not just to help those who are struggling, but also to help ourselves.
If you are in any doubt about the power of love and the power to overcome the curse, you can always read about the stories of others who have been helped by the power and the love of their loved ones.