If you were to meet me without knowing me from social media, you would probably see me as a pretty happy, and fun, person.
I am. I am a happy person with depression.
I can hide my mental illness extremely well.
Most people have no idea that I may be having a bad day.
It’s not because I don’t want to share it. I just don’t want to place that burden on others.
You can say otherwise to me for days. I see it as a burden.
I am a military brat. We moved a lot. I learned to assess and adapt.
So, every day, I assess and adapt.
My medication doesn’t erase my depression and anxiety. It lessens the demeaning whispers, and the constant hourly battle with my brain.
I still have not-so-good days, and I realize that I should be sharing them.
It’s something I need to feel comfortable doing. It’s not as easy as people think.
I’m working on it.
Until then, the Actress will continue her job, and hide what I am uncomfortable sharing.
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Couldn’t have said it better myself!! ox
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