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Depression is Dangerous.

Don’t we plan and think so much of stuff regarding how to earn big, how to become a big shot among the society, and how to earn big circle of friends, and many many more? We spend half of our life dreaming to be big. Because to our thoughts and imagination, we presume that money, being wealthy, owning a bigger firm, and all that make us happy. But there is something even more that’s much needed to survive a better life. It is mental health! It is so saddening to know that people of young age commit suicide. Sushant Singh Rajput, a well-known actor, has ended his life. Honestly, I haven’t watched any movies of his. I’ve just admired him as a young, cute actor in the industry. He is just 34, has more than 10 million followers on Instagram, huge fan followers, lot of assets, many friends. Obviously being an actor he must have partied harder, had fun beyond limits, and everything. But to the outside world, nobody knows what a person is personally going through. We judge and define people’s life with what they pretend to show us. Inside each of us, there’s always an unsaid heartbreak, a hopeless dream, a terrible burden, and fears that are never shared to anyone. One of the most important things in life is to earn one person who will be there for you no matter how hard life gets. Because peace is more vital than earning money or any other factor. There is nothing more terrible than deciding to finalize a day to die in advance. That’s the result of the pressure and depression one is going through.

To anybody going through something, please talk. Please let it out. There are a lot of people who love you, want you, and wish to share life with you. There are lots to cherish about, fight for, and to live pleasantly, beyond making haste decisions to end life.
Sushant left with an example that just money or fame or success doesn’t determine one’s happiness. As long as we’re here, let’s be kind and polite to one another. We go through a lot of hurtful words, unforgettable fights and arguments. But at the least, at the end of the day, we shall try not to be the reason behind a spoilt day in someone’s life. Remember, each day, each minute, each second counts.
May your soul rest in peace, Sushant. The Universe will miss you.

© Yashica Priya

 

Loneliness is a Huge Depression

Being alone with nobody around or have nothing to do for a longer time is a serious thing to be treated. Suffering from mental agony of loneliness is much equal to that of extreme physical pain one can go through. People like them become depressed very easily even at the simplest failures. They long for connection with people but still refuse to do that because they’re used to the feeling of isolated and being alone. The most worse cases happen when married couples become divorcees and a sudden demise of loved ones. They undergo a serious phase of irritation; lack of concentration, losing hope in life, afraid to fall in love again, or even doubt their existence anymore. The lame laziness to wake up and feel the other side of the bed is empty, sitting in an empty balcony with two cups of tea but one person, going to workplace and find nothing interesting, cooking the same set of meal everyday and washing the same old clothes, sitting in a room and looking at those walls and getting lost with confused thoughts. There are a lot of things to be done, to cherish, to establish, and to enjoy. It all depends on how to manage and tackle to keep things in order to keep abreast with the perfect illustration of our dreams. The pain of our final breathe lasts just for a minute, but every second of loneliness kills.

© Yashica Priya