Seriously i would like to get some opinions. I have battled my depression for many years off and on and i've never been shy about it. I did great for a long time and now i guess you could say i'm having a relapse, a bad one, and i've been incredibly honest with everyone about it and i feel like they don't take me seriously. How can i get through to them that i am truly suffering. They see me as so strong that i think they feel that i pulled out of it before that i'll do it again. Even my husband doesn't get it. The other night i got brave and took the high road and poured out a bottle of Vodka because i was so depressed i would have drank the whole thing and i had to go to that extreme at that moment and when i decided to be honest wih him, he looked at me like i was being over dramatic. I am not attention person in the least, and they all know that, so what gives? Do they all live in la la land instead of reality? Do i remind them to much of maybe what their not willing to face themselves? I can't talk to a pro. so now what?
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