National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK (8255)


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If you know someone who’s depressed please resolve never to ask them why. Depression isn’t straight forward
response to a bad situation; depression just is, like the weather.

Try to understand the blackness, lethargy, hopelessness and loneliness they’re going through. be there for them when they come through the other side. It’s hard to be a friend to someone who’’s depressed, but it is one of the kindest, noblest and best things you will ever do.

Stephen Fry
The worst thing you can do to a person with an invisible illness
is make them feel like they need to prove how sick they are.
God gave us eyes to see beauty in the nature and heart to see beauty in each other. OneWoldOneFamily
NO ONE HAS THE RIGHT TO JUDGE YOU,
BE CAUSE NO ONE REALLY KNOWS WHAT YOU HAVE BEEN THROUGH.
THEY MIGHT HAVE HEARD THE STORIES, BUT THEY DIDN'T FEEL WHAT YOU FELT IN YOUR HEART.

DelightfulQuotes.com
It's been ‘one of those days' for like three years now.
I don't need you to fix me, I need you to love me while I fix myself.
Just because the past didn't turn out like you wanted it to, doesn't
mean your future can't be better than you ever imagined.
Stop overthinking, you're only creating problems that aren’t there.
DON'T FUCK WITH MY FEELINGS, JUST BECAUSE YOU'RE UNSURE OF YOUR OWN
DON'T BE SO HARD ON YOURSELF
Don't waste words on people who deserve your silence.
Sometimes the most powerful thing you can say is nothing at all.
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YOU CAN TELL HOW SMART PEOPLE ARE BY WHAT THEY LAUGH AT. -TINAFEY
I lay in bed for hours in the dark, at night,
thinking about every possible thing
I have fucked up in my life.
I do this quite often
How you treat others, is how you really feel inside. Scottie Waves
DON'T LET A BAD DAY MAKE YOU FEEL LIKE YOU HAVE A BAD LIFE
Small changes can make a big Difference
Always put yourself in other people’s shoes. If you feel that it hurts you, it probably hurts the person too. Thousand Thought. Creating Inspired Minds
A true friend is one who WALKS in when the rest of the world WALKS OUT

Introduction to My Doll’s

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Depression is not a Joke! It is a real illness that doesn’t discriminate. No amount of money or fame can fix it. The funniest man on earth couldn’t just think positive and headed. Please support those who are depression and other mental health issues. It takes lives!! R.I.P Robin Williams
My name is Ed and I created Facebook Page and this web site to make people aware of what it is like to live with mental health problems. Or as they are also called “biological disorders.”

I read the tragic news about Robin William’s suicide.

This event made me want to share with others how I cope with my own depression and suicidal thoughts on a daily basis. My ways of coping may appear weird and possibly downright “crazy” to many people. But after living with depression for so many years, I now realize that my happiness is more important than what others think of me.

People who have never experienced depression or mental issues, don’t realize the fine line that exists between severe depression and suicide. I am not the only person who has spent time thinking about how I was going to kill myself. This fine line made me think of when I quit smoking. It would have been so easy to light just one cigarette, but I didn’t. For a person battling a severe mental illness suicide is always in the back of their head. It can jump front and center any time.

I will also tell you about the four dolls that I bought and how they have helped me not do what Robin Williams did. I am sure people will de-friend and/or label me once this is read, but I don't care. There are too many people who fight suicidal thoughts on a daily basis and lose the battle. I also fought suicidal thoughts on a regular basis, but since I got my dolls, I don’t seem to have to fight these thoughts as often. I hope this isn’t a short term improvement.

I want to thank a very special friend who has accepted my dolls, even though she doesn’t understand how my dolls help me. I know most people won’t understand. Growing up dyslexic I am used to people seeing me as different. Not much has changed, most people will ostracize and/or avoid someone rather than accept them. And by the way, at home I call them My Girls or The Girls not My Dolls.

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