Depression can be a viscous circle. You work so hard to keep your head out of the deep dark hole, to keep those demons at bay. Yet it takes one thing to trigger our thoughts and emotions.
You learn over time how to not let everything get to you or at least trigger your emotions off, but there become points in time where there are an overwhelming amount of different things happening all at once.
When these times happen it sends us into this painful spiral of emotions that you can’t control. You become so numb to the world, because the emotions are so overwhelming.
You can’t concentrate, you can’t think, you don’t know how to feel. You have these thoughts in your head of what the point of fighting is.
You know that it’s all because things have become too much to take in, but the constant fights become harder and harder even though you know how to fight.
It’s not easy fighting the endless battle, but this is the life of depression.
So I wanted to share a beautiful moment I will forever treasure, a moment many don’t get to be blessed to see.
At this time of the year it is migration time for our beautiful creatures of the deep, and I was lucky enough to share this experience with my kids while having some down time at the beach.
So I thought I would share my beautiful experience with you all, this video can’t explain the overwhelming feeling you feel when you see these wild animals doing what they do best, but I sure hope you can at least see how these beautiful animals enjoy their freedom.
These are the most majestic animals of the deep blue sea.
I find myself waking up this morning feeling like I had been hit by a truck, every muscle in my body was sore. I must have had one of those nights when you toss and turn so much as though you had been fighting your night away.
I have spent years learning to not let things bother me and stand up for myself. Why I have let things get to me is not like me.
I kick myself for letting others bother me. I need to follow my heart and what I believe in.