Do you feel that when you voice your frustrations/feelings that are negative to family/friends that it helps you, or do you feel guilty for sharing? Well, I guess specifically to someone who is also suffering from depression? The reason I'm asking is that I use to always clam up and not communicate my feelings, etc., and therefore let alot of things pile up. Now I'm trying to dig myself out. I don't want to fall into keeping things in again, yet I don't want to overwhelm my guy with my thoughts. He holds things in, he says he always has. I use to be that way, and finally realized it wasn't healthy, and maybe I feel more comfortable in my skin as I get older? I don't know. He asks me how I learned to open up. I really don't know, it kind of just happened. Sometimes I think it's a good thing, sometimes I feel it's a hinderance.
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