I can sympathize. I've been hiding my depression for years and in all honestly haven't bothered talking to any one because I never felt there was much of a point. Any time I have tried telling someone how I feel I am told it's my fault, or that I brought it all on myself. Just know that there are people out there who care, and no one but you are in control of your feelings. You own them and no one can take them away. It's okay to feel how ever it is you're feeling.View Thread
That's what I am. Everything is my fault. I'm sabotaging the internet and that's why he can't log on or his browser is slow. The hateful-silent treatment is so wonderfully productive too. It's no wonder I hide out in one room in the house and cry all the time.View Thread
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