When you are having good days, do you feel guilty about not being depressed? I think the depression is still there, I can sense it when a thought crosses my mind, but I chose to get rid of it and stay on the positive? When I'm in a good mood, happy, and it shows, I know some people that really know me, family, can't believe that I am depressed. I think its' something I've developed! As long as I can just to ignore it and either pretend to be happy or find something to be happy about. I am feeling guilty because I haven't been down for a couple of days and then I get depressed because I'm not feeling depressed. :) I'm just curious if this is normal? Good days do come along right?
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