i laughed so hard my parents came to check what i was laughing at and looked at my computer screen and started laughing
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This is a personal piece of mine that I wrote in a very dark state of mind a few nights ago, while seriously thinking about finally getting treatment for my depression and anxiety. I wanted to illustrate my thought processes when I am at my lowest possible low. Reflecting on those feelings and anxieties I create in darkest parts of my mind, and how I look at those thoughts with a clearer head.
I’ve struggled a lot with myself over the past few months, going back and forth about how I should go about treatment. I’ve always been scared of seeking help about my depression and anxiety, and I kind of hoped that I would somehow teach myself how to cope on my own. But as of late, it seems to have only gotten worse. And with that realization, it hit me hard. Looking back on what I had written, I thought it would really help me overcome my fears and my anxieties about seeking out treatment by expressing it through my art.
I finished it in about 6 hours, without drafting, creating thumbnails or planning. Just did it all straight on the computer, so I apologize if anything looks rushed or things don’t quite flow well together. I didn’t change much in how I wrote this note to myself that night, so once again, I apologize if some sentences are awkward. I felt like it would be powerful to leave it as it was when I was in that state.
This piece has a lot of personal meaning to me, and I hope that sharing it will help me overcome the obstacles I need to face as I seek help.
this really made me tear up. Your work is fantastic, like I’ve always said, and I think it takes a lot of strength to share such deep, personal feelings with the world. I hope you know I’ll always wish the best for you - you’re a wonderful, talented person
Play it loud!
I’ve started something that cannot be stopped.
when one of your posts actually gets notes