My depression is no longer severe, and I've actually managed to begin to feel happy and am no longer solely obsessed with myself. The thing is, I think lately I've been taking care of other people's problems more than I take care of my own. I have really big problems asking other people for things or even a kind gesture. I feel guilty however if I don't take the blow for someone else. I think I'm taking on other people's responsibilities and although I'm making other people happier, I'm beginning to feel taken advantage of as I VERY rarely experience any kind gestures towards me. I've had this philosophy of everything that comes around goes around, and don't get me wrong, I'm not just doing nice things expecting to get something in return, but I just want to see other people doing selfless things as well. I guess does anyone just feel like talking about this with me? It's been pretty prevalent in my mind lately.
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