Depression Quotes, Sayings about being depressed - Page 2
Words unspoken. Let me tell you this: my life hasn’t been easy, no life is. I was bullied when I was younger, told I wasn’t going to succeed in life by teachers, became the thing I hated most, a bully.
I’ve been struggling with depression since I was six. Attempted suicide three times. Twice by cutting my wrist but my sister was there to stop me. The third time I laid on a busy street waiting to get ran over but when it almost happen when I thought my suffering was going to end, my two best friends came in and saved me. Made me promise to never do that again. I was an angry child and took it out on my friends.
I hated coming home because my parents were always arguing. Yelling nonsense, they finally got a divorce. But I felt betrayed, I felt abandoned, I felt lonely. Every relationship I ever had was a failure because I couldn’t commit. I felt that people were just going to end up leaving me as my father did to me. It wasn’t until later on when I had gone back to my faith in God that things got better. Not saying I am happy but I do have my moments. (Thank you for reading).
Depression cannot be explained, it’s impossible, even if two people with depression come together to talk about it. No one knows how to explain it properly but, if you get it you’ll know what it is straight away, it changes your whole perspective on life & in a way in the long run depression can sometimes be a good thing.
There’s nothing more depressing than having it all and still feeling sad.
Depression on my left, Loneliness on my right. They don’t need to show me thier badges. I know these guys very well.
– Elizabeth Gilbert
Im hurt, and I’m heartbroken, and I’m sad, and I’m depressed, and ive been crying, but I dont wanna let it ruin my life.
Nothing is more depressing than despite the fact of having it all but still feeling empty.
Depression is merely anger without enthusiasm.
It’s recession when your neighbor loses his job; it’s a depression when you lose yours.
– Harry S Truman
Depression is when you’re waiting not to do things; happiness is when you can’t wait to do things.
I thought of this saying when I realized that when I was depressed, I stopped myself from doing things – I put obstacles in my way. When you’re melancholy it’s like when you’re in your garage and the engine won’t start.
When you’re contented, you’re revving the engine, raring to go.
Depression sneaks up when I think I’m flying high and clips my wing, not both though, because I refuse to let it take over every part of me. I am up again and enjoying the beauty and pleasure that surrounds me.