Depression is acknowledging that today was better than yesterday but still fearing tomorrow.
Depression is feeling isolated in a room bursting with people and laughter.
Depression is smiling in a photograph but crying internally.
Depression is feeling perpetually exhausted despite sleeping for 10 hours straight.
Depression is knowing you need to but knowing you can’t.
Depression is wanting to make a change but not knowing where to begin.
Depression is waking up in the morning and counting down the hours until bedtime.
Depression is finding fault in everything that you do.
Depression is feeling numb about something you once would’ve felt so much for.
Depression is trying to immerse yourself in something, be it the TV or a film to distract yourself from the pain but you find yourself unable to concentrate on anything other than the feeling of dread.
Depression is never being able to fully switch off.
Depression is feeling unworthy/undeserving despite the fact you’ve achieved that win fair and square.
Depression is a constant internal battle.
Depression is so much more than “just feeling sad”.