Because if you can’t laugh at it, you-… well, damn.
Man, I feel this. Though whenever I read someone scream what after a long anticipation, I read it in the voice of Lois from that one scene of Family Guy.
Man, I hope it’s not too much of a burden for you…
All the people online who are the best sources of fun and laughs for me seem to be the ones stricken with this dreadful condition..
I can’t speak for All Depressed People, but I know my go to thing has always been to be that funny person of the group. There’s a reason why ‘you either laugh or cry’ exists as a saying and has stuck around for so long.
I honestly think humor is one of the best ways to explain what it’s like to your average person, too. You would not believe how many people I have shown that Hyperbole and a Half comic to. I may add this one as well for people with Questions.
This is exactly how ive felt all day, for no literal reason at all . Shower time !
I knew it was coming. Well… there’s nothing to say I guess. It sucks. Best of luck, A. We know you have a wonderful wife that will support you ♡
I’m sorry you feel this way. I know how it can be, but we’re here for you! Feel free to punch that blue bastard in the face!
Wishing you all of the best!
yep, that’s about it.. only mines like “Eh, why work on your portfolio. Thre’s no jobs here, and no one wants to pay you for your art anyway. All those years of school, wasted.. HAH.. hahaha! You’re working at home depot FOREVER!”
Mine’s similar “No one likes your voice or your face, you’re going to work in fast food FOREVER!”
Yay I saw the tweet that inspired this comic! Do I get points?
As someone with full-blown seasonal affective disorder, I feel this. The number of times I had to drop out of school because I slept 16 hours a day, and even through the 2 hour long alarm clock that woke up the neighbours… oh, well.
Since I have been diagnosed 2 years ago, though, I was able to find a lot of good way to fight that thing off, but since I’m up North, it lasts from September all the way through April. It both sucks and gives me the advantage of being well-prepared and experienced in dealing with it.
It worries me when other people say or do the things that I keep trapped in my head. Who are you? How did you get in there? Did you at least leave the door unlocked so I can get back in?
Yup, ben there about a million times, though I never thought of it this way. It sucks, and even if I’m just a faceless fan, know that you have my, an most likel, all your fans’ support.
I completely understand that. Also couldn’t help but laugh because I know how that feels. My depression has been getting pretty bad lately too.
Yup. That’s just about right.
Also, that is the worst Deadpool cosplay…
I laughed the way you laugh when you are both amused and sad you completely understand and have the same asshole trying to get to you all the time.
Keep on trucking and keep trying to tell it to shut the hell up. It’s all we can really do.
The best way to beat the blue person is by clicking this link and just click “next” a couple of times until you’ve reached this one again. 🙂
*hugs* I am lucky enough not to need to deal with this problem myself, but if you like I could send you a photo of my stupid and cute Dobie? Or butts? I can send you a picture of butts?
I know that it won’t help much, but maybe is can be a distraction.
Wow, does this sound familiar. I like to picture my pharmaceuticals as a glass window that faceless blue bastard taps on from time to time to remind me he’s still there. The asshole.
This comic came out just in time! I’ve recently been hospitalized for suicidal impulses and it really helps to be able to laugh at myself, and to know that someone else understands at least a little.
I refer to my anxieties and paranoia as “The freak lizard” Who looks like a coke’d up chameleon that screams at me once in a while.
*offers contactless fist-bump* Humans who use sarcasm against depression, unite!
Below this is unsolicited advice about what helped me cope, feel free to dismiss if you’ve got it.
-Forcing myself to eat well and at regular hours even though I was not hungry.
-Sleeping regularly even though I’d like to spend all day in bed.
-Doing things that I like even though I didn’t have the energy for them. At least half an hour of hobby-time per day. Mine were reading, cooking, and sports, but you do you.
-Loving the hell out of my cat and letting her comfort me.
-Speaking or spending time with people that make me happy.
-Irony, sarcasm and dark, dark humour. Life was awful without laughter, so I found (horrible) things to laugh, or at least smirk, at.
-Doing things with my hands or my brain that distracted me from the shitty black hole. In my case, that meant writing a lot.
-And, well, I’m just too damn stubborn for my own good, so I promised to myself that I was going to get through, no matter how long it took me, and bring it on, you stupid black hole, see if you can stop me (it couldn’t. I’m reasonably sure it can’t stop you, either. Derail you, maybe. Stop? Too much awesomeness there for that).
Try not to be too hard on yourself for your shortcomings, or your uninspired moments. Captain Awkward is a really great site with tons of helpful stuff.
I’m having one of those weeks myself. All my sympathy and best wishes.
I’ll take No Shit, for $200, Bob.
Here’s hoping you find your lonely piece of corn beneath the fridge soon.
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