“There is an understated struggle lying in the underbelly of every single day, and the seconds that go into wading through that river aren’t worthless”
Sometimes life feels utterly stationary and the lack of movement makes it seem like that is all your future holds too. Feeling as though you are living life doing tiny insignificant things that don’t matter because you can’t seem to do anything else. Well, if this is a problem you face, I’m here to offer you some perspective and tell you that it might not a problem after all.
A person living with extreme depression often loses the ability to imagine a happy future or remember a happy past. Every day is a constant struggle, and he or she may see self-harm and suicide as the only option out. People with depression are often not able to weigh their options properly. If you have any such thoughts please seek help. Here is a poem written from the view of a person experiencing suicidal tendencies.
Human beings are complex creatures. Some of us love fiercely.
What happens when a relationship ends? Nothing teaches us how to deal with the pain and void that comes after. This is an attempt at debunking heartbreak. Nowhere am I trying to depict that this is the universal truth but here is an idea. Or maybe it’s just the ramblings of a heartbroken person. Read on if you’d like.