How Depressing?

I am not going to say too much here,  just let you watch.

It is a comic definition of depression.  It was reviewed 20 times and has 5000 comments.


Comic version of Depression



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  • Larry  On May 16, 2013 at 12:24 am

    I thought this was cute. With all due respect I wouldn’t say the author was stigmatizing or in in a manic state when writing it. Perhaps just able to find humor in his plight.


  • I’m electing not to watch what appears to be a comic’s impression of depression. I’m going to make a generalization here, but if a comedian is able to do a successful routine about something as devestating as deep depression that can be dibilitating, then it’s probably coming from a manic place. I think of all the great comedians we’ve enjoyed over the years that have fought the demons of drugs and alcohol due to bipolar disorder. Anytime depression is used in any way for comic relief, I classify this as the worst kind of stigma. Sure, we can all relate but is it healthy for us to do so.


    • kindredspirit23  On May 15, 2013 at 9:01 pm

      I misspoke. You feel free not to watch this. However, to be clear, it is a truthful depiction of what a person with depressive problems goes through. It is done in comic book form and has just enough humor to keep you reading such material. At no time did I ever feel it made fun of people who are depressed. Instead, I felt that I was portrayed fairly well from when I was in fairly deep depression.
      It is not a comedian making fun of depression.


  • 4amWriter  On May 15, 2013 at 1:38 pm

    I could relate to a lot of that. Thanks for sharing.


  • thehappyhugger  On May 15, 2013 at 3:03 am

    Well, the person who did this really understands what its all about and that having a sense of humour really helps 🙂


  • shianwrites  On May 14, 2013 at 10:34 pm

    Pretty cool


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