Great work. I noticed that people who suffer from depression often feel relief when painting, writing, or drawing. In my opinion, their creativity helps them to go through this. My sister has depression. She tries to avoid taking the prescribed pills as her mind is foggy after that (according to the Canadian pharmacy site, this is one of the side effects). She told me that drawing helps her when she has bad days.
Y I mean the drawing you made the words in the head that's like how my brain feels now but I have borderline personality disorder actually envy you 45 mine so bad or not I don't want to kill myself but I kind of do you know I'm not going to but I need to sleep I know I know I don't can't take it it's not my schizophrenia I totally is it's turning this gets ran into schizophrenia sorry I can't right cuz I have hand tremors
The world would not be the same without you, you have a impact on people. Even if it does not feel like it sometimes suicidepreventionlifeline.org/
Also sorry but your poll worried me.
I'm usually a silent fan, I always feel a bit shy messaging or commenting on the people I look up to. But I've regret doing it sometimes, since some of them are no longer here on earth anymore.
But the stabbing part to the chest is utterly relatable, and the flippant 'Im ok' response. Even when you see the Dr, it's like an ingrained reply.