I feel like I’ll make this disclaimer at least a hundred times before I’m finished with the blog, but I’m by no means any sort of professional. I’m just a girl (well, woman), who has been dealing with this for most of my life (and apparently showed some symptoms before I can even remember). This is my anxiety story.
I wrote a post a little while back about Caring for Someone with C-PTSD. I listed things that others can do to help those with C-PTSD. Today my tips are for caring for someone with depression. Some may end up similar (or even the same), but I feel like when someone has a friend or loved one with depression, they can feel helpless while trying to figure out how to help that person. So here we go!
DISCLAIMER: Sensitive topics will be discussed in this post. Also, *SPOILER ALERT* Continue reading “Why I will not be watching 13 Reasons Why season 2”
I think being open and depression tend to be on very opposing teams. Having C-PTSD because of “fragile mind” (ish) and constant abandonment and trust issues, that can make opening up near impossible. I feel like I gained the trifecta. Depression, anxiety, and C-PTSD can make opening up seem like squeezing blood from a rock.