depression illustrations #3

depression illustrations #3.

This illustration depicts part of the reason for my most recent hiatus from the blogosphere.  All I can say at this point is that I am truly grateful for the open arms, generous hearts, and empathetic (virtual) hugs received from those who are becoming truer than true friends for me who have commented and encouraged me with my return.  You are all true blessings to me and I appreciate you all.

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8 comments

    1. Pam,
      I love Hyperbole and a Half. I just recently found this other one and today’s entry helped me to hone in on what I’ve been experiencing in such a succinct and concise way I had to share it.

      Blessings,
      Kina

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  1. Depression is a difficult disease.

    Hang in there. And if the puzzle pieces don’t go back the same way or you can’t remember how they go back – make a new picture. It will be far more beautiful and peaceful.

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  2. I have a family member who suffers from depression. A very difficult disease to understand and deal with – if you are not familiar it. I have learned so much from my family member and see strength.
    Hang in there and if you don’t remember where the pieces used to be – that’s ok. The future puzzle will create a more peaceful and beautiful picture. :).

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