Normally, that’s a slightly annoying thing to have to deal with. But in the midst of depression that problem was the exact same size as the payroll problem
This is about the time I chose not to die.
Mike Monteiro

Dude, yes. The moment I realized I was suffering from depression was the moment I was crying into a delicious plate of fish and chips on Baltimore’s inner harbor because my husband had accidentally time stamped a digital photo of the science museum.

This is the most clear description of what depression can be like (and was like for me) that I’ve ever read.

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