Posted on September 24, by dfolstad58 I came up with this title about two weeks ago. At the time I was feeling weak and tired, a continuation of what has been happening with my kidney transplant from July I began hemodialysis last Wednesday. My family and friends stand strongly with me that this was the right decision, as difficult as it was for me to accept.
And be forewarned, for if you ever dare to even start uttering the below to me, I will hang you by your legs upside down, skin you alive and then deep fry you before publicly disowning you and denying your pitiful existence.
I had never thought people would write to me for advice and suggestions. A few weeks back, a friend wrote to me and said she just found out that a family member of a friend has depression.
But her friend did not know what to say or how to encourage the depression sufferer. She asked me if I had any recommendations.
It got me thinking. Moreover, what to say is very dependent on the personality and situation of the oppressed. But what I can offer is my take on what NOT to say to someone in depression. Hopefully this can help you empathize where we weirdos are coming from, and for you to be more sensitive to our plight.
And on that note, may I solemnly remind you again: I know — but how? To me, my reality is that the world has alreadycaved in. What is irrational to you makes utmost sense to me. Recoil further into my shell to avoid future contact and meaningless advice because you never told me how to remain positive.
I really think this. So how should I think instead?
I did something wrong for thinking a certain way, and you reprimanded me for thinking so. Thus, I withdraw, and berate myself for thinking the way I do, and spiral further down into depression due to self-criticism. Snap out of what? Depression snowballs with this sense of incompetence. Accused of committing a heinous crime to be depressed.
I am thankful for what I have. But what does that have to do with depression? Depression needs to be treated as any other sickness.Please Don’t Let Me Die A fathers Journey Through Grief and the Criminal Justice System On the morning of January 1st , my wife and I received the devastating news that our 16 year old daughter Danielle had died while spending the night with friends.
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