Perspective of Depression

When you’re depressed, it’s like you’re in a pitch black room, fumbling around trying to turn on the light.

Once you finally flick that switch, the room is revealed, and everything suddenly makes sense as you finally get your bearings and see it was there all along.

When someone else goes into that same room and he or she cannot see the light switch, you try to point, “it’s over there!” But they can’t see it—they’ve yet to find it.

 Thank you Mental Health and Invisible Illness Resources for sharing this.

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