Confession of a depressed girl


Have we ever listened to a Depressed Soul? Especially when it’s a she?

Depression is characterized by extreme feelings of hopelessness and despair. Sadness and aversion to normal activities can have far-reaching effects on a person’s mental and emotional health.

Too easy to read and understand, right? To read? Yes! To understand? No!

We don’t actually understand the feelings the person is going through. Well, not even the person who is suffering understands the pattern. The ups and downs of behavior, the unnatural mood swings every 6 minutes, are totally annoying, right? 

Yes, it is…It is even more annoying and painful for the victim.

This idiotic thing (depression) doesn’t only knock at 3 a.m. when everyone is sleeping, and you are all alone. It also ran into your mind at 2 p.m. when you were busy and surrounded by thousands of people. How disgusting is that?

And the fun fact is, you will never understand that the person sitting in front of you is a victim unless you look into her eyes so deeply that you can even see her soul. Who does that? No one!

No one gets much time these days, even if they claim to be our soul mate, best friend, sister, brother, or parents! 

A depressed person constantly asks for help by gesture, which may be by saying something silly or repeating one thing we hardly even notice! We don’t always recognize the symptoms right away. Imagine someone saying something like “Dost kicchu vallagtesena” (Buddy, I am not feeling the peace of mind).

Not every depressed person is suicidal. Not every depressed soul wants to die. Some people want to live happily ever after.

But again, if depression were a handsome boy I dated, people would notice it. People would see if depression were an extrovert girl who won everyone’s hearts with her charismatic behavior. If depression were explained as a fairy tale, people would notice it.

Stop reading fairy tales to your girl. Instead, tell them the truth: happily ever after will not come to you quickly; you have to fight for it; you have to earn it.

Prince Charming doesn’t exist; you have to be your own hero. No one but you can save your own soul. Tell them to expect nothing! 

Perhaps depression will no longer exist. We may then discover our happily ever after within ourselves. We can live in peace. We may learn to love ourselves more than anything else.



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