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I think I’m clinically depressed, but I don’t have health insurance and I’m uncomfortable reaching out to friends and family about this. They’re all dealing with their own stuff and I don’t want to add anything to the pile. I don’t enjoy suffering in silence but it’s better than the alternative.

I am both ashamed of my cowardice, annoyed by my status in life, and frustrated by my inaction, but I’ll persist.

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  • Your not a coward because you came to terms with your reality of being clinically depressed. A coward would be in denial of their ailment. I think you should reach out to someone. There are some good people in this world who enjoy helping others and will offer their emotional support to you. We all need each other. No man is an island afterall! Things will get better; you took the first step in admitting you need help. That’s a great start!

    Anonymous February 22, 2019 9:56 am Reply
  • Just drink. Or go rape a little boy. Find something to live for!

    Anonymous February 22, 2019 2:47 pm Reply

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