A descriptive story, i wrote to shed light on, how a depressed person feels.
After the last glisten of a solitary star light years from where I am, vanishes and there is nothing but gloom and horror, I wake up with a rapid jolt in my bed gasping for air. I feel as if my energy has drained and all the happiness in the world has turned to a meaningless sorrow. I'm wrapped in my blanket sweating profusely with shock and dread. This dream was vivid to an extent where I couldn't fathom it and differentiate reality. As I check the clock beside my bed, It's 3:45 am and my bedroom is slightly illuminated in crimson by the light mixing with shades of my window coming from a lamp post. The streets are empty as usual with echoing winds and reverberating whispers as I stand by the window deciphering this turbulent, vivid nightmare.
Associating this previously mentioned situation with mental wellness issues in particular Anxiety and depression, you can see what a patient enduring this issue feels. Talking about issues with respect to psychological well-being among individuals is neglected because of the absence of awareness and they are typically disregarded by marking as pity or eccentricity.
Depression is a Parasite which sustains on its host's feelings. It constrains a patient to subconsciously segregate itself and powers it to be an inconsistent condition of gloom. It is difficult to 'disregard it' or 'forget about it' or 'proceed onward'. What people don't comprehend is that Mental Health isn't a sane person's desire.
Depression these days extraordinarily has turned into a typical 'hobby' for young people to receive and gain sensitivities despite the fact that then again, adolescents are most normally experiencing psychological health issues. The hands in this fantasy metaphorically are the shackles mind puts a depressed patient in and the hauling power is the constant desire of being in distress. Abnormally, there's a strange feeling of peace in the suffering a patient endures.
Know about the people around you. Talk about this issue with them and show Sympathy. Try not to single out them nor call them names when they dump you on particular events, you need to understand it's their disease doing it, not them. It is difficult for them to open their heart so be persistent and determined. This is a lethal disease affecting patient physiologically as well. be cautious, known and be useful.