Invisible Illness
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Invisible Illness

My Depression Stole 7 Years From Me

And I will never get those back.

Photo: Alex Perez / Unsplash

We never consider time to be in our control, but that’s probably because you never had to. Once you’ve watched time slip by and leave you behind, you know that others have it wrapped around their pinky. As they experience the best years of their life while you struggle behind a curtain of darkness, you become sorely aware that time is not your…

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We don't talk enough about mental health.

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Fleurine Tideman

Fleurine Tideman

Just another millennial content writer who thinks they have something to say. Mail: info@byfleurine.com | Twitter: @ByFleurine| Blog: Symptomsofliving.com

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