Some of the signs and symptoms that I experienced of depression are very clouded thinking, just exhausted to the core of my bones.
I did enjoy going down the footy club, but he won't. I didn't enjoy playing football and didn't enjoy going for my runs and things like that. And at the time, I didn't know what I was going through. Therefore, I thought I was untreatable.
I would feel this pit of nerves. I had no reason to get up in the morning. Nothing, nothing felt good, nothing felt worthy.
I do exercise regularly. I do a lot of craft work, to keep myself keep my creative side going, I guess a very committed to doing things that people would typically call self care to make sure that I'm doing everything I can to keep myself well.
But I was five I wanted to be a performer and that that hasn't changed. It is a whole other world where you get to be a different person. Anything that's happened, you put aside and you walk through the curtain or you walk through the door, and everything doesn't matter.
On one person you have a conversation with if that is a a friend or family member, even in an online chat, talk to people about what you're feeling or what you're thinking. Because talking to somebody is gonna save your life.