eggyoak:

learningtorecover:

Keep in mind:

eating will not hurt you

eating will not make you gain an unnecessary amount of weight

eating will keep you alive and give you energy to live

eating will get easier as time passes

eating is necessary

eating is life

eat.

I really needed this today.

greed:

Most people with depression yearn for someone to care. Sadly, no one cares until they’re gone.

darshanapathak:

Raise your hand if you’re straddling the line between crippling anxiety and not giving any fucks about anything

onlinecounsellingcollege:

Signs of being addicted to approval include:

1. You are very aware of the expectations of others. They also affect how you feel about yourself.

2. You are constantly worried about how others view you/ what they are thinking about you.

3. You choose NOT to do…

clinicallydepressedpug:

depressioncomix:

204

Yes, it does feel like that.

clinicallydepressedpug:

depressioncomix:

204

Yes, it does feel like that.

miriaminrecovery:

stimmyabby:

One of the things I hate is that if you aren’t bipolar, OCD, autistic, ect, it’s considered perfectly acceptable to be all “ha ha I look autistic” “feeling a little bipolar today”, but if you actually do have a mental disorder, then god forbid you talk about it, you attention-seeking over-dramatizing romanticizing monster.

this is the realest thing I’ve ever read

I HAVE A REALLY IMPORTANT QUESTION AND IT IS THIS:

youmakemewanttopretendtobebetter:

HOW DO PEOPLE WITHOUT MENTAL ILLNESS LIVE EVERY DAY??

WHAT DO THEY DO??  WHAT DO THEY THINK?? HOW???????????

I CANNOT EVEN BEGIN TO FATHOM AND AM PAINFULLY JEALOUS.

tinyspaceangel:

There is a person on the Comfort Spot complaining about about how people with depression are exhausting and have no motivation and they’re tired of trying of yelling at them to just try to feel better and not being listened to and I’m just like.

A) A lack of motivation is…

It’s only when you have suffered from it yourself that you understand: with depression, you just can’t. You can’t “just get on with it.” There are days when you are against an invisible wall, and all you can do is stare blankly into space. Or cry. Or cocoon yourself in a duvet. Many days at work it’ll be all you can do not to curl up under the desk in a ball. You are filled with a total, immovable weight, sunk deep into your chest and stomach, dragging your head down to your chest.
Chloe Day, HelloGiggles - From Our Readers: The Most Frustrating Things About Depression (via alwaysinyouratmosphere)

andsomeyougiveaway:

To the person who asked me “BE GENTLE” to fanfiction writers who write about mental illness without putting in effort to research and understand the experiences of people with mental illnesses because “Bipolar is hard to research!!”

My answer is no.

My answer is no…