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Crawling Out of the Funk - A note on dep ...

Crawling Out of the Funk - A note on depression

Mar 04, 2022

I've been dealing with depression for a couple decades now if not more. For those of you don't know depression isn't this constant state. At least not for me. It maybe for some people but personally I find it more of a wave that keeps coming and going. Some days I feel amazing like I'm on top of the world. I can do anything and I can achieve anything and nothing else matters and I'll quote Lil lyrics and tell people I'm the greatest person there ever was. On other days. I feel like s*** I don't want to get out the bed. I can't do anything. I don't shower and I just feel like everyone would better off if I was dead. Occasionally there is in between but they're pretty rare.

Naturally, this has a pretty big effect on my content creation for lack of a better phrase. So you may notice that there are days where I post constantly on Twitter and on Instagram and then I'll be quiet for a week or two. You probably know just the same when it comes to my YouTube channel as well. And me stream everyday continuously for a week before not streaming for the month. Or I may outload videos pretty regularly and then nothing for 3 or 4 months after that. Lately I'm in the "don't post anything, don't make anything" kind of phase. So in order to kind of pull myself out of that and motivate myself to make something again, because I do enjoy doing it, I'm just posting whatever so you may see unedited pictures. You may see brief tweets. You might even see roughly edited videos that are a fraction of the length that they normally are and you can guarantee that I look like crap in them videos as well. But bear with me this is just all part of the process and hopefully I'll be back to feeling good and making content that is on par or even better than what I normally put out there. In the meantime. Thank you for patience. Thank you for sticking with me and if you haven't done so lately, please check out the channels.

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