When I’m sad, I feel depressed.
I’m also often sad because I’m trying to work through something.
It’s also not just that I’m working to solve a problem.
I sometimes feel depressed because I feel like it.
And sometimes I’m doing a lot of things that don’t feel good.
This depression cartoon is meant to be funny.
It’s not meant to make you feel better.
It may not be funny, but it’s not just meant to feel good either.
I can relate to it.
I used to be sad a lot, but I felt better after doing a mental health workshop on how to cope with depression.
I don’t think I could have survived without a mental illness that took its toll on my self-worth, and I’m thankful I didn’t get it.
Depression has a lot to do with self-esteem, according to a 2015 survey by the National Institute of Mental Health.
It can lead to self-doubt and even a sense of shame, and even when we’re feeling better, we may not feel confident enough to express our feelings openly.
That can be especially problematic when depression is an emotional or mental health disorder.
Research suggests that depression is often felt by women, who often experience depression for the first time.
“Women are much more likely than men to experience depressive symptoms and are more likely to have experienced depression before they had an intimate partner,” according to an article published by the American Psychological Association in 2013.
A 2013 survey by a non-profit mental health organization found that among those who had experienced depression in the previous year, 75 percent of men reported having felt depressed in the past year and 59 percent of women reported feeling depressed in their lifetime.
There are so many different symptoms that can trigger depression.
For some people, depression can lead them to binge eating, which can also be a problem in relationships.
But not everyone has to feel sad and depressed to be depressed.
When I’m feeling sad, it can be because I’ve missed my loved ones.
And that can be incredibly sad, and it can make me feel like I’m missing out.
Sometimes I’m happy and I just feel like there’s nothing else to be happy about.
The cartoon shows a person holding up a picture of his or her loved one.
It shows a smiley face and a little sad smiley.
Sometimes, I just have to do what I can to make myself feel better, according the cartoon.
And I know what you’re thinking.
I get it: When I go to a funeral, I go in a big funeral.
Why do I feel sad when I go there?
It’s because my loved one died.
I feel terrible.
You can see in the cartoon what it’s like to have a loved one die.
It makes me feel bad.
I know that’s not how you feel when you die.
But I’m not just sad because of the loss of someone.
Sadness is a feeling.
It can be a pain in the chest or a loss of income.
What do I do?
When you’re feeling sad and you can’t get out of your head, you may find yourself in a deep funk.
So if you can get yourself out of that funk, there’s no need to get depressed.
You can find some peace by doing something that makes you feel happy, such as taking a walk.
Take a walk in a place that feels peaceful and peaceful.
Do a mental wellness class.
Learn about how to manage depression.