Sometimes You Can’t Do It Alone

Sometimes you just need her to hold your hand, look you in the eyes and ask you if you’re okay.

Sometimes you just don’t want to fight or argue or feel like you’re alone against the world. You just need her to sit on your lap and smile and kiss your neck and tell you, “I’m here baby.”

Sometimes you have to do everything in your power to fight the depression. To fight the voices, to be better than the thoughts and emotions you’re feeling; and the only way you can do that is to have someone care about fighting those voices just as much as you do.

Sometimes the fear of the unknown can be just as scary as the fear of what’s certain.

Sometimes that certainty is like a weight, a 1000 pound weight crushing down. As 7am with this glass in my hand I know for certain my uncertainty is bearing down on me.

~ Demez F. White

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