What you should know about high functioning depression
Alex Stölk

I was you in my career life. The one sentence that got me, I wrote it down, was “the struggle is not visible and surely I wouldn’t want it to be.” I learned to let it out in small bites. To let them know, slowly, who you really are. When they finally get it, the ones who are your real friends and those who love you will stay. The others you don’t need. It doesn’t make you less to let them go. Cheers, brother.

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