The Not So Common State Of ‘Sadness’: Depression
What is the first thing that comes to your head when someone talks about mental illness, about how tired their brain is? Well most of us call them crazy, at times pathetic too, but you would be surprised to know that they are feeling way more ‘pathetic’ than you can ever feel. When I say being sad and being depressed are two wholly different balls of game, I truly mean it.
Some of us hit the reality while others get beaten up by it so hard that they start questioning their own belief of existence. Depression is not a disorder or a disease and surely not one of the assumed ‘mood swings’. It is rather a phase where you become so vulnerable that its hard to draw lines between different shades of emotions.
If you think you know how this one swings, then trust me you don’t. A sad face is not a voice calling for help, a happy face is. Try to find the insight of this feeling and you might solve some of your own riddles.
Here are some of the ‘dark’ pages of the depressed reality, which everyone should know about: