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I Explain What My Depression And Anxiety Feels Like Through These Comics | Bored Panda

Some months ago, I started drawing my thoughts as an person struggling with generalized anxiety, panic attacks and depression. I started these drawings because

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19 Hilarious Comics That Every Socially Awkward Person Will Understand - BlazePress

A Woman Who Opens Her Heart

A Woman Who Opens Her Heart (Live Life Happy)

A Woman who opens her heart to love you, when its already broken, is braver than any person you’ll meet. and you know when he tells you you're everything he dreamed of having in a relationship, it's on the mend.

William Shakespeare - Measure for Measure - Her madness hath the oddest frame of sense, such a dependency of thing on thing, as e'er I heard in madness.

William Shakespeare - Measure for Measure - Her madness hath the oddest frame of sense, such a dependency of thing on thing, as e'er I heard in madness.

But it doesn't hurt to have it all! I can manage on my own just fine and all set with car, house, good amt of savings, and rosy career prospects. Nevertheless, having him is really a big bonus. My pillar of strength, my best friend and life partner. Best, he pays for most stuff so that i can be comfy and not worry a thing. Thanks Hon :)

27 In Love Quotes For Everyday

She's not looking for money, status or gifts. She's desired honesty, loyalty and being a man's priority♥ love it

I'm not someone who can be controlled. I want someone who will watch me do my thing and be like, "That's my girl!"

I'm not someone who can be controlled. I want someone who will watch me do my thing and be like, "That's my girl!" This is the type of man you want!

William Shakespeare - Measure for Measure - The weariest and most loathed worldly life that age, ache, penury, and imprisonment can lay on nature is a paradise to what we fear of death.

William Shakespeare - Measure for Measure - The weariest and most loathed worldly life that age, ache, penury, and imprisonment can lay on nature is a paradise to what we fear of death.

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