Seeing the Light from Depression

Living in that dark sad place use to be my norm. I did not love myself. I had suicidal thoughts. It’s times I felt like my family will be better off without me. Depression is loneliness. I felt alone and thought no one wanted to be around me.

During the winter months is when I suffered the most. I also had driving anxiety. Since I been in multiple collisions I did not like to drive at night. I had to find someone to talk to help me realize I am worthy.

When you are suffering from depression it sometimes can be hard to talk about what’s going on. Keeping to yourself only makes it worst. Once you speak about what you are feeling it helps release from that bondage of depression. Let's find the light that’s buried in the darkness.

Gender: Female
Hourly Price: $10 - $25
Mode of Communication:
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USA Time Zone: Eastern
Key Words: Self - Harm