Yes:

 

“Maybe we visited a place so dark that we couldn’t see anything but the trauma or our loved one’s absence and maybe when we came back, part of that place stuck to us like a layer of soot across our eyes. Or an iron weight in our throat. A shadow that filters how we feel and think about the world, tinging everything with shades of gray.”

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Shawna
    Feb 06, 2012 @ 14:49:53

    hope you are just feeling the power of someone’s literary brilliance and that everything is okay for you. But if not…and the darkness really is shadowing you I will think wonderful thoughts for you. Things won’t always be this bad.

    Reply

    • cheekypinky
      Feb 06, 2012 @ 14:57:30

      I’m okay today–
      this just moved me.

      It’s hard to talk about depression and mental illnesses
      without a lot of accompanying sturm und drang,
      and I thought this article accomplished that quite well.

      Love to you, too, lady–
      we’re in this fight together.

      Reply

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