I think I keep expecting to be “finished” with it at some point. If someone had told me I’d still be dealing with it years later, long after we’d settled in and embraced our life here, with no additional triggers I can identify, I wouldn’t have believed it. I would try something new to help treat it, or help me recognize the triggers, or just anything that will help give me a little more control over it. From the article: “I ended up going on a 40,000-mile journey across the world and back.
It keeps me in bed, losing whole days of my life, instead of knocking stuff off my to-do list. I’ve been so careful about tip-toeing around my depression, not wanting to make it worse, that I’ve withdrawn when it was a mistake to do so.
MORE: 13 Definite Signs He’s Not Serious About You When a guy is serious about a woman, he shares himself with her.
He lets her into his world and shows some level of vulnerability. Men aren’t used to opening up and showing their emotions and they are much more selective when it comes to letting people in.
You can talk to someone for hours and hours every day and not know anything real about them.
You might know details about their life, but you don’t know who they are, their real and true self that exists beneath all the superficial fluff.