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“His poetry is lyrical, tender and profoundly moving...It is how those of us with depression live; adrift in the dark depths but forever struggling to the sunlit shallows.” Sally Brampton, author of Shoot the Damn Dog.
...that's what I told myself most days. I mean, I'm happily married, have a nice home, and doing very well as a self employed chef. So why am I waking up each morning feeling like I'm so far down a black hole that I will never climb out? People shouldn't burst into tears for no reason should they? People really aren't judging your every word and action all the time are they?