The Mild/Moderate Depression Aftermath

Something I’ve also learned since going through (And overcoming) severe depression is that sometimes we don’t notice that we are still depressed, simply because we feel so much better than we did before. While a more mild form of depression is not normally dangerous, it can turn into something worse (Thus, something more dangerous) if […]

Why I Became Depressed

I once thought that I was bipolar. Since finally establishing myself in a more favourable situation these past few months with a home in the city of my dreams by the ocean, a living space free of loud/boisterous/needy/messy people, freedom to do my own thing with no one breathing down my back, I have been feeling […]

Depression Self-Therapy: It’s Worth A Try

Self-Therapy Well, I am going to try a little experiment. Since, so far, therapy has not worked very well and antidepressants did not work at all, other than the first two weeks of feeling… almost unemotional… I want to try some self-therapy and see how it works. I will document my progress, and determine if […]

Her Depression Diaries: When It All Began

A good dose of melancholy and quirkiness have always been two of my “gifts”. Having an affinity to think deeply, imagine insane worlds and high-stakes situations, as well as feel emotions immensely are good things that help my creativity to write stories. Depression and biploar issues, on the other hand, aren’t very much fun for […]