1 year ago
Last edited at 7:12PM on 12/12/2012
Doctors have made us think one needs a pill to fix everything. You're depressed, and i'm sorry, but dont take a pill to change an emotion. Right now best remedy (and healthiest...) is to make goals. Write down in a piece of paper what you want, were do you look at yourself in years to come? You got an education, smart, and i bet an awsome person. So, work hard and look forward, like to college. People died yes, but if they still lived or if they could see you, they wouldn't want to see you taking pills to help with an *emotion*. So do the right thing, and live, honor their lives by becoming someone who lives in their memory. Work hard and you will achieve what you want, so enjoy life, enjoy the path to a good life, and enjoy the results. Stay healthy, sleep well, and know that *priorities shape you*.
Well i think everyone at one piont in there life is sad about lossing people i lost my uncle when i was 4 and i lost my grandpa a few months ago and its very hard for me but i would toatolly reccomened sitting down with a theripast but first talk to a loved one and you just have to tell them what your thinking and stuff and then it will make you such a new person when i went to therpay after i felt so good
Family deaths always mess with a humans brain, Humans are designed much like elephants to be close and spend most of their life with their offspring making it hard to just forget about one just lost. You COULD take depression meds and they'd help but I wouldn't recommend it, normally a person will let it go after they've come to terms and said what was on their mind or did what they thought the deceased would want. Therapy might be a better option then meds. It would help you out in the long run and it'd get you the explanation for why you are so depressed about it.