Only doing what I need to do
Only wanting to get over this hump
I want to look amazing
I want to cry, fall into a hole
I want to be confident
I want to be healthy and uncontrollable
If good or bad, life spins us around. There is no winning Just being
|Only You Can|
Never easy, never a clear path to help make those choices that count the most.
Only you can deliver that to your world, to step from one place to another.
Be sure of those steps would be foolish, only you can be brave enough to go forward.
When the doors you open, trying to escape
Open to Darkness
Open to Emptiness
Open to Sadness
Open to a Storm
Open to Nothingness
Sometime the way out is not right in front of you.
Depressive disorders affect approximately 18.8 million American adults or about 9.5% of the U.S. population age 18 and older in a given year. This includes major depressive disorder, dysthymic disorder, and bipolar disorder.
Everyone, will at some time in their life be affected by depression -- their own or someone else's, according to Australian Government statistics. (Depression statistics in Australia are comparable to those of the US and UK.)
Pre-schoolers are the fastest-growing market for antidepressants. At least four percent of preschoolers -- over a million -- are clinically depressed.
The rate of increase of depression among children is an astounding 23%
15% of the population of most developed countries suffers severe depression.
30% of women are depressed. Men's figures were previously thought to be half that of women, but new estimates are higher.
54% of people believe depression is a personal weakness.
41% of depressed women are too embarrassed to seek help.
80% of depressed people are not currently having any treatment.
92% of depressed African-American males do not seek treatment.
15% of depressed people will commit suicide.
Depression will be the second largest killer after heart disease by 2020 -- and studies show depression is a contributory factor to fatal coronary disease.
Depression results in more absenteeism than almost any other physical disorder and costs employers more than US$51 billion per year in absenteeism and lost productivity, not including high medical and pharmaceutical bills.
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