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The Disappearing Girl: Learning the Language of Teenage Depression

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 22, 2013

    Its the depressed teen from before

    I forgot to mention that music helps to for example when i am trying to decide on something that will impact me greatly like right now i listen to "you found me" by the fray.or when im sad i listen to "big girls dont cry" by fergie when i have to go somewhere soi at least seem happy to my dad.But when i want to remember my mom who died when i was 8 i listen to "sissys song" by alan jackson then i sleep for awhile.i might eat if my dad wants m too but wha it all boils down to is music.Evanescence,Black veil brides,the fray,green day,asking alexandria,Carrie Underwood,ect.I vent through music so i can avoid the possibility of self harming.I sing and write.Im workin on my first long novel "Fate can be changed,even if you're a demon".So to any teens reading this listen to any type of music you want,dress how you want,write or draw.Throw away that comforting razo you might have.Flush the pills,step away from the edge,talk to someone.have started helping people and so far ive saved over 200 people just by talking to them.All of them i met online and i still am careful but those who are who they say they are,are all good friends.So just know that its notworth it.It may not seem like it but it gets better.Im still waiting for it to happen to me.I mean just a few hours ago i was sobbing and angry and i wanted to crawl into a hole and never come out.So take it from someone who c imagine how you feel. :)

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