I’d like to blame everything on the chemical imbalance in my brain.

I'd like to blame everything on the chemical imbalance in my brain.

I’d like to blame everything on the chemical imbalance in my brain because I’m not myself anymore. And everyday I wonder what I did to deserve depression.

10 Comments on “I’d like to blame everything on the chemical imbalance in my brain.

  1.  by  Tom McG

    No one DESERVES depression. That feeling is the depression whispering in your ear. Please try to find someone to talk to. There are ways if you can’t afford to or need to keep it secret. Check online, at your school, at a clinic. You may not be “cured” but as you explore under the guidance of a pro, you will find ways to deal, to grip, to grow.

  2.  by  Anonymous

    Sometimes when I’m sad, I make a list of stuff I’m so thankful for and why I should still be alive. It helps me find who I really am again. I also have this girl in Thailand I support. We writeletters and everytime I feel depression getting in the way, I read her letters because she is the happiest girl in the world. Find something or someone you love and let that motivate you to become happier. No one deserves it, ever.

  3.  by  V

    I know exactly how you feel. Especially the part about not knowing what I did to deserve it. I also know if you want some relief from the agonizing, profound pain that you feel, that finding someone you trust that you can talk to,someone who won’t judge you, belittle, criticize or depreciate your feelings , will be so much. trust me, it can’t hurt.

  4.  by  Deborah

    To V : awesome comment & I second every word …

    To this secret holder : I’m so sorry … I suffer with severe mental illness & some other disorders & diseases (bipolar disorder/panic & anxiety disorder, ADD, fibromyalgia, chronic pain syndrome [whatever THAT is] … unfortunately, this is an abridged list … : ( …)

    I also often wonder whose karma I’m reaping in relation to this pain & distressing condition because I do not remember doing anything bad enough to have “deserved” or “earned” this load.

    Because I honestly know this way of feeling, my heart goes out to you. I wish you peace … Namaste ~

  5.  by  Little Tweeter

    The man I love is proof that Depression is not a condition that is earned. I absolutely believe he will find the happiness he dreams of- I have more faith in him then any ‘normal’ person I know and he has taught me so much about strength, earnestness and love. You are bigger then this monster, please don’t despair.

    With love x

  6.  by  Alex

    I have depression and I cant talk to anyone about it. It makes me sad, angry, and confused. I have already tried to kill myself once and I am having trouble trying to find things to live for.

  7.  by  tony

    I feel the same way, last night I stood on the steps with a rope around my next and almost finished the job. I think today will be the day, I too can no longer deal with this. I’m sorry for what you going through, just know you not alone

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