Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Depression... 🎈

Everyone deals with their own share of life's troubles in their own way. Some write, read, vent to friends, smoke herb, some even drink. When it comes to depression it is not something that one should take for granted. When someone is telling you that they feel alone, they feel unloved it is something that you need to take very seriously. You don't dismiss their feelings because it something that they have always done you try to get them the help that they need. You watch them, their actions reactions their body language, eating habits just simple things that they do. Clinginess things of that nature. I just recently had my own round with depression and a close friend where he attempted to take his life and it was the most scariest thing I have ever went through in life. At the time I fought my hardest to keep him from harming himself and I was more pissed off with this person for solely thinking of himself in this situation when he has a child. It is never the right thing to do to take your life because of the fact that someone that does not love you the way you/they may want you to, you always put your children first. If you don't know how to do that you need to get help. I have been pushing for this person to get help since last year and they wouldn't do it until they felt as if their hands were tied. 

I don't care how many times a person says to you they feel alone or they are going to kill themselves never and I do mean NEVER ignore them. It might be them playing you or crying wolf to you but it is their way of screaming for attention. If you can't get or give them the attention force them to get the help that they need. Give them some kind of tough love but be careful for you don't know how they are going to react. I did this and the reaction was not what I was thinking "at all" I never thought that this person would take it as far as he did. Never disregard a person's feelings always pay attention to what someone tells you and do what you can to help them get help you never know you just might be the one person to save their life... Try to get them to go to mental health to see a therapist. Do what it takes to talk them into getting the help they need for you never know, no one knows the thoughts this person is having. One has to be very careful when dealing with one that is mental unstable but when you love someone as I love this person you have to do what you see is necessary to protect that person from themselves, from hurting themselves or anyone else. Show them that you care and that you really love them and get them to a mental clinic or hospital to get them help. They may not understand it at the time but in the end they will thank you or remember that you are the one that helped them to get the help they deserve and need... 

Trust Me!


Now trust me regardless of the relationship that you have with this person this situation is not going to be easy. It is very hard to know that the man I love is going through this. I may not love him in the sense that he wanted me to but I do have feelings for him. I want him to get well and do for himself and his child. I want him to understand that loving himself is more important than anything anyone can give him. There is no amount of love someone else can give him that would be more rewarding than the love of oneself... I just hope that he learns this and does what he needs to do to get his life together... 

~OutSpoken Diva~

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