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Kathryn Alton 🎃🎃🎃 Sep 19
Depression is so weird. Sometimes you don't even realise you've hit a low point - then the house becomes a mess, you stop making proper meals, you can't sleep, can't concentrate, and although your emotions seem steady, your stomach is in knots. And you feel... nothing.
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Ciara's Mom Sep 18
My baby girl would’ve turned 19 today if I hadn’t lost her to and when she was 15. Tried to focus more on the wonderful years I had with her than the incredible pain I feel without her, 💔❤️
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Geraldine Sep 16
My name is Geraldine & I have scars. My life has been hell for years , I suffer with depression. The things I’ve been through I wouldn’t wish them on anyone . This world can be cruel. Spread love not hate. Mind one another .
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Vicki 💃🏼 6h
Now. Right now. I’m so done. I don’t wanna know it will pass. I don’t want anyone to help me. I don’t feel strong or happy or brave. I’m done. I feel beaten. This is what looks like. This is what my looks like. This is and I don’t wanna do it no more.
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Bipolar Billy🏳️‍🌈🇮🇪 Sep 13
The faces of . I see precious souls battling to cope with this disease everyday. Please reach out to family, friends, the happy ones, the sad ones, the strangers, the clowns. That 1 DM, phone call or message can be the difference between here today, gone tomorrow ♥️
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White Swan Foundation Sep 17
This week, we are pledging to be an empathetic ally. Did you know that most people with take 8 years to seek help? With empathy, we can try to reduce this time. You too can take the pledge here:
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Blueshirts102 Sep 13
Know this.....remember this. It's no joke. I know
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Giselle Sep 19
I am not My Not the Longing for Freedom Nagging In the marrow Of my bones I am more Than days Stretched into Nights Slept away Through fear Of living in This mind ~I am light The cadence Of the ocean I am life Imperfect But trying
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Brainee Sep 21
- A THREAD : PelePele ( a yoruba rapper ) committed suicide due to depression. He has been buried but depression still roams in the minds of a lot of fast rising acts, especially those who find it hard to get themselves heard. I’ve been depressed quite a number...
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Barlow Adams Sep 19
He keeps dreams in one pocket, in the other, spins in circles most of the time. There’s a semicolon on his right wrist, scar on his left—only souvenirs from 30 trips around the sun. Today he’s strong, walks by a skyscraper and doesn’t think of jumping off.
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The Bipolar Doc Sep 21
The world of medicine is full of people who feel like they have to hold it together Drs get on with it. We deal with what the job throws at us. Anything less than this is failure. Except it's not. Drs are human. , ... these are not weakness. Its OK
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Fay Lin Sep 17
Struggling with does NOT make me a bad student/friend/employee. Struggling with depression is a disease, treatable, and not my fault.
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Lower Depression Sep 20
You don't understand until you can't stand your own presence in an empty room.
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🦋TheMyalgiaFibroWarriorUK🦋 Sep 20
👱‍♀️Miya has a message for you all. She puts a smile on my face each morning. Wish I had the energy she has though.👱‍♀️
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Lower Depression Sep 18
Symptoms of include poor concentration and memory and withdrawal from social situations and activities, reduced sex drive.
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𝐬𝐨𝐩𝐡 🌻 Sep 19
well tonight I washed my hair, had a shower n a bath🤣, used 2 face masks, a foot mask, lush bath bomb, shaved my legs, and dried my hair! this is nothing to some people but to me this is a lot and so hard when u r so physically n mentally ill from proud of myself
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Rachel DeSot ☕️📖 Sep 19
The guests are gone. Balloons deflate, sink to the floor. Champagne flutes stand half empty. Streamers and confetti are trampled and forgotten. Colorful masquerade masks are strewn on the table; empty eyes stare at me as chisels at my armor.
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Peter Tennant Sep 18
I wish actually got rid of . Don't get me wrong, they're very important. Life-saving even. But living with depression, even at a low-level, day after day can be be: So. Damn. Exhausting. 😏
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Babs 20h
1st day in awhile I’ve been able to smile and didn’t have any crying episodes. Had a good day for the most part. It’s a battle everyday fighting and . (And yes I’m aware of the cleavage, but can’t help they are bigger and that’s what happens.)
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Smarty Marty Sep 19
My is like a contagious disease. Like Typhoid Mary I spread it to everyone I touch. They, in turn, give it to their family & acquaintances until exponentially all become sick. Soon none of us can get out of bed and face the world. Everything crumbles.
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