Truth is the depressed person dosent want to die as much as anyone else, so we hold on. But we do have those times when we wish we were dead, but we arent actualy wishing for death but for PEACE. Guess thats why we all want to sleep, for when sleeping were arent hurting. I find I'm dissapointed when i wake up, ya know, having to do it all again. My best time is last thing at night, I'm cosy in bed, like being in the womb, and I'm drifting off to sleep. I know, will my pill, I will be out of it for the next seven or so hours. So death isnt what we want, we want peace, to be loved, cared for.
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