Depression Quotes, Sayings about being depressed
People say that it’s normal for adults and teens to have depression and they think its just sadness or crying all the time, but its not that at all it’s waking up everyday and wondering to yourself who am I why am I even here; what is even my goal in life and not knowing who you are. I have it for years and I don’t know my own strength or who I am anymore. I have no emotion just numbness in my heart and I don’t know what to do anymore. It feels like nobody can help.
I’m happy outside, but on the inside I’m dying.
Depression is being extremely fatigued, being in bed for 1&1/2 years and being sick and brain fogged for ten years because you have a liver disease that costs too much to get the cure. No one cares. You are thrown away and told you aren’t worth the money.
What doesn’t kill you makes you wish you were dead.
What doesn’t destroy you leaves you broken instead
Would you like to know how I feel?
Have you ever had a nightmare in which you’re so scared that you try and scream so loud for someone to save you, but not a sound comes out of your lips?
That’s how I feel everyday, all day.
I need a huge non-judgmental, sincere, no strings attached, no questions asked, from someone, anyone. Hug !! But I don’t want to ask for it, but I’m praying so hard that you will do it on your own.
The only thing more exhausting than being depressed is pretending that you’re not.
Depression is like being lost at sea, there is nothing in sight yet you still keep swimming not to live but to survive, forever swimming looking for some one, some thing to hold on too, you finally reach an island in sight just as the sun arises you awake and it is a new day and you find yourself swimming yet again forever searching for that something burdened by the brief moment of false happiness of having found that something, someone, to hold on to, to save you of your forever search called life.
Your pupils dilate as the room fills with darkness, searching for light, just as your soul dilates as your body fills with a dark emptiness in search of a light within, a reason, searching for the hole that your happiness bled from the skin you inhabit in the hopes you can patch that hole so you can slowly fill once again with internal light we call happiness, consciousness, hope, but most of all life.
Everyone is depressed, some are just better at hiding it than others.
Depression is feeling dead but not being able to die.
Laying in your bed and closing your eyes can be a perilous thing. Your mind is running, and circumstance that you don’t want to recall appear. You try to fall asleep, but the thoughts abstain you from sleeping. It’s like having a ringing noise resonate through your entire mind. You want to shut it off, but you can’t. Now you are just laying there with no hope in mind.
Depression is having the feeling of someone whispering in your ear and telling you that you are worthless. Every time you make a mistake, you keep getting reminded of it; it’s never painless. From these mistakes, it makes you reckless. Now you ask yourself, is my life priceless or worthless?
Depression is hard to explain. But I’ll try anyway. You see. It’s like a disease. It tears you a part. The activities you loved doing like video games, sports, watch youtubers, designing things, draw. It doesn’t matter. You can’t find any joy in it anymore. You don’t smile much because there isn’t a reason to you think. It doesn’t matter how good you have it. Depression makes everything worthless and hopeless. It can make you do many things. Some people are cured from the disease, to others it can be lethal. It’s sad isn’t it?
Depression is darkness filling your heart, surrounding your soul.
Everything takes so much energy.
People around you don’t understand, you’re doing the best you can
Responsibilities overwhelm, expectations you can’t meet weigh heavily,
Sorrow fills you until there is no room for anything else.
Strength to fight, to find joy and love, slowly seeps from your soul.
Endless days without hope loom before you, enveloping you in the darkness.
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.