Monochrome Days

“Society tends to shrug off depression as just a minor annoyance or passing phase, especially when the person who has it happens to be a teenager or young adult. But if you’ve ever felt it, you know that’s a lie. Full-blown depression is an excruciating disease. It drains our hope, saps your energy, and steals all the fun from your life.” Cait Irwin, Monochrome Days


Posted on October 23, 2011, in Asides and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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