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Mental Health

Depression Is Killing Me Everyday

Sometimes I’m afraid I won’t survive — other times, I’m afraid I will

Image by Ulkar - purchased by the author

Coming out of my mother’s death and my son’s death anniversary — I was hit by a wave of endorphins that tricked me into thinking it was over. I believed I was finally free from depression and the persistent whispers that invited me to end it…

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Toni Tails

Toni Tails

CEO of ToniTails.com | Published Author & Illustrator| Body Positive Graphic Artist | Autism Mama | Survivor of Child Sex Abuse | PTSD ADHD Queer Babe | she/her

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