Of course, and I agree, yes. But. I'm chronically depressed. Enough so to have to take medication. Though I refuse so, which is my right, and I live with this. But enough 'small things' can make one 'huge thing'. And I've just had that.
Luckily, I've lived with this for over a decade, and I'm already calming down. But that doesn't mean it's easy to do this.
*hugs Adam* Thanks, mate.
*hugs Saerra in return* No problem. I understand the constant feeling of hopelessness, as I suffer from bipolar disorder, which is an anxiety and a depression disorder rolled into one. *sighs* I, too, am on medications for it, and although they help quite a bit, I have caught myself thinking of not taking them, and giving in to whatever happens. If not for the knowledge that my family (wife, parents, etc.) and friends would be hurt by such an act, I don't know what I would do. And it is rough, because as you said, enough small things can make one huge thing, and I am dealing with that, as well. But we continue on, taking one day at a time, and one moment at a time, and pray that things get better. I hope you'll forgive me for not saying that I'll pray for you, but I'm currently doubting my faith, as it seems my prayers consistently go unanswered. However, I will send as much positive vibes and goodwill as I can spare, your way. And I hope that it is returned in kind.
I could use a sympathetic ear right now. Would you mind a PM, Saerra?