Tangled River 037

posted 8th Jul 2015, 2:54 AM

Tangled River 037
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15th Jul 2015, 12:43 PM

wright1

As someone who struggles with chronic depression, I really empathize with mother and daughter here. It's difficult to explain to those who haven't experienced it, whether directly or by seeing someone close to them go through it.

Depression colors and distorts EVERYTHING in your life, including the lives of those close to you. It doesn't have to obvious symptoms to have an impact; very often it's subtle.

And when it lifts after a prolonged period, as it has for Tanya's mom, the results can be beyond liberating. The absence of that distortion, that illness, in your life transforms everything AGAIN.

In my experience however, there is no Magic Bullet method that banishes depression forever. Even if this is fiction, mother and daughter should be prepared as best they can for a long-term struggle.

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2nd Aug 2015, 11:05 AM

snowshadow

Hi Wright1,

Thanks for writing. I'm flattered that you find the relationship between Tanya and her mom interesting and relevant to your life- it's going to be an important part of this story.

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8th Aug 2015, 7:38 PM

tommym

Depression can prevent some one from doing things through out the days weeks or some timmes months. one can just waste away their life not ever living up to their true potential.

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