Depression Is A Fuck-Ass-Bitch

Depression is a fuck-ass-bitch that I know personally well. Sometimes there is a valid reason for her to rear her head, yet sometimes when everything is going just right… she pops in for a visit like an unwanted annoying neighbor, or that extended family member you don’t want to see but kind of “have to” for family’s sake. Sometimes she is here for just a short visit, but dammit sometime if she doesn’t just bring her bags and decide to stay for months!

Seriously, Go away! We all have shit to do and life to live, and things and people to love and enjoy with out the extra company bringing us down.

As if she isn’t bad enough, sometimes she brings her cousin Anxiety with her, Throw in Great Uncle Anger and the unwanted party is really getting started.

What the hell?!

I am much more productive without the unwanted visitors…

Anyone hearing this have the same problem?

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Tell the World! Now!!

38 thoughts on “Depression Is A Fuck-Ass-Bitch”

  1. I have been there before, and I do hate to be depreseed. What I do when I feel a depression coming on I continously listen to a music I really like and just sing and dance along and I’ll feel better.

  2. I hear you about these unwanted visitors. Sometimes all three visit at the same time and it’s exhausting 🙁 I wish there was some magic wand that could wave them away.

    1. Me too! For now I’m just trying to do a few more things I enjoy; Writing, drawing, baking, and playing with my son.

      1. I’m glad you’ve found something that works for you. Sometimes a complete change of scenery will pull me out.

  3. I hate people that think depression is not a real thing. These people don’t understand illness and have never interacted with people with these types of illnesses.

  4. This is very relatable. My cousin suffered depression and she really had it rough. Good thing because there are a lot of people around her who are aware of her situation and so we were able to give her our full support.

  5. depression is felt by all in this time. we need to guide each and everyone make sure that they are okay and assure that they have someone during the dark days

  6. Depression kills. It’s hard to battle with your own demons as they are inside yourself. Like, how can you solve your problem, if you are the problem. Hard to put it in word, but depression is really tough. Be strong!

  7. Like most people, before I got depressed, I just thought that it’s just some kind of sadness that people sensationalize to get attention when they are lonely. But when it got to me someday because of some slapping circumstances in my life, I realized that I was totally wrong. It’s not just sadness. It is something else to a whole new level. When people say to me that I have a choice to jut brighten up my day and make depression go away as if it just as easy as that, they don’t know anything.
    It’s so hard having to carry that enormous burden, cloud, and mask everyday. But thankfully, this year, I really managed to start getting out of it. Perhaps it was because of talking, one by one over some time, to those who are close to me or even sometimes with strangers. Now, I appreciate how far just a ‘How are you?’, ‘Are you ok?’, or a warm hug could do because I’ve been there.

  8. Here is the thing though where do you draw the line to say if a person is depressed or just plain sad?because I do not know sh@t hit the fan? To be honest it is it is a factor that is hard to say. After all it is a very fine line.

    1. It’s a fine line for most people. I’m not sad. This “slump” comes and goes with me regardless of circumstances. I’ve been in bad ones before, where being sad and upset matched it… but honestly everything is good right now. There is no logical reason for me to still be going through this from time to time. so… who knows. Could just be hormones and all.. I am a girl, but whatever. I don’t care. I just thought it was hilarious personally to write about my “demons” in this manner.

    2. “depressed” like the word “love” has become a widely overused and over-exaggerated word. I think it’s lost some of it’s meaning along the way too.

  9. I know what you mean, I’ve been dealing with depression for the last 20 years. In my case I have to push myself to do what I do for living and to keep the things as normal as possible, but is not eassy and sometimes I feel sleepy and fatigue.

    1. The fatigue… yes. It is a challenge, but it’s good that we can learn ways to push through and to cope better.

  10. I hope you get to talk to someone, a friend, family member, or a professional even, about this. It really helps to have someone to talk to about “depression” or basically everything that weighs you down.

    1. I do talk. I think admitting it to someone close is first step. Telling everyone, continents apart via blog is step number two. So when I occasionally drop off the earth… I’m here, struggling to come back, be productive and share our art. Meanwhile: Takeo Tama’s lead composer; Sekrett Scilensce, has written over 800 something titles waiting on art, distribution and promotion. Not to mention some I recently recorded that I’m dying to release. It all comes and goes, but when I’m a more productive version of myself, things are good.

  11. this is so sad. I know ho you feel it is also my biggest enemy, I can’t it too … just a little bit more and I’ll get crazy

  12. I’m in the same boat as you, I’m so depressed right now and having a panic attack because of life challenges. Sometimes suicide thoughts on my mind but I know I just need to be strong. Will be okay.

    1. Take those thoughts seriously and talk to someone close who you trust. Also, take one day at a time, in those moments. <3 much love to you friend.

  13. I,myself suffered from anxiety for so many years. What I did to help myself is that I try to eat healthy now and avoid foods that will trigger my anxiety. I also do meditation from time to time and I exercise regularly. I hope this can help you as well with your depression.

  14. I hear you. Depression can really consume you. When nagging or pessimistic thoughts come by, I usually tell myself things that will boost my confidence. Saying things to yourself like “I will be successful,” or “I will overcome this obstacle” or “I will achieve my goals” really helps to prevent stress and make yourself feel confident again. Let me know if this helps.

  15. I’ve been having a hard time battling with it as well for a long period of time. It takes away the joy and the strength to carry on a daily basis and it becomes stronger as the day goes by.

  16. Well,I try not to be depressed when I’m faced with all life’s stress I have always believed there will always be light in the end of the tunnel so I stay positive. I hate depression with all that it brings anxiety, anger and sadness.I throw it out and always stay positive.

  17. Well as a person who has lived with depression for 1.5 years straight I can say that it is an unwanted situation but if you ask me I think people learn to adapt when they cant change something. I would say that’s my case.

  18. It’s so sad when one has to deal with depression and anxiety. Take comfort in the fact that you have support in your relationships. I wish you all the best. I am so fortunate not to be having such issues although I know some who feel it the same way as you do.

  19. i have seen depression in play and that shit isn’t funny at all.depression is a disease and the cure is as tricky as trick.

  20. Sometimes, depression also makes you hurt all the people that you love. It sucks but its a part of life and you can’t take it out.

  21. It is that room without windows and no moral constants. I drank in there until I saw my shadow get up and leave out of boredom. 🙂

  22. はい、うつ病は人間のために狂ったことですが、あまりにも後で賢明になります。

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