I can't take this mask off

I want to help people like me. suffering with depression and other things. I just want to make a difference in someones life.


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I’ve been meaning to make this comic since Christmas of 2011, but I just got around to doing it and thought it was a great opportunity to share a brief version of my #newtoWHO story (please don’t delete the comment, I’ll try to keep it short).
My mother and I started watching Doctor Who on the day of the Series 6 premiere, thanks to the BBCAmerica advertising for the Royal Wedding; we tuned in and caught the second half of Series 5 and the first episode of Series 6, and we were instantly hooked. 
DW became the first show of which I was completely enamored; it was the first show which introduced me to fandom (and new family and friends), it was the first media product with which I was completely obsessed and to which I was wholly devoted. 
I don’t mean to be over-dramatic, but Doctor Who saved my life last year when I was so close to giving up. The Doctor gave me so much hope.
I cannot express my immense love and admiration for this wonderful show and everyone involved. It’s brought so many amazing things into my life, and I am forever thankful, and my words cannot do my emotions justice so I’m gonna go cry now

I’ve been meaning to make this comic since Christmas of 2011, but I just got around to doing it and thought it was a great opportunity to share a brief version of my #newtoWHO story (please don’t delete the comment, I’ll try to keep it short).

My mother and I started watching Doctor Who on the day of the Series 6 premiere, thanks to the BBCAmerica advertising for the Royal Wedding; we tuned in and caught the second half of Series 5 and the first episode of Series 6, and we were instantly hooked. 

DW became the first show of which I was completely enamored; it was the first show which introduced me to fandom (and new family and friends), it was the first media product with which I was completely obsessed and to which I was wholly devoted. 

I don’t mean to be over-dramatic, but Doctor Who saved my life last year when I was so close to giving up. The Doctor gave me so much hope.

I cannot express my immense love and admiration for this wonderful show and everyone involved. It’s brought so many amazing things into my life, and I am forever thankful, and my words cannot do my emotions justice so I’m gonna go cry now

(Source: , via doctorwho)

Keys

To have a key

Is to open up doors,

Open you imagination.

Let yout thoughts run wildly though the

Dark crisp night.

Chant words and phrases over and over

Until you are delirious.

-ADAYA BRAND-THOMAS

paint me like I am

Paint me without sadness.

Paint me without sorrow.

Paint me without my tears.

Paint me so my paint won’t show.

Can you see the face telling you paint me happy,

Paint me with life, but most of all

Paint me free

-DELIA GARCIA

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decrescence-d:

depression- this is what it’s really like

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 i love black and white photography, and like others i need to take my mask off and show the real me

 i love black and white photography, and like others i need to take my mask off and show the real me



I suffer from depression.

I have my up and downs. I make mistakes I am human even if I don’t fell like it. I have suffered from self harm and I crack sometimes, but I know I am strong. Sometimes I fell like I am wearing a mask, all I want to do is take this mask off. I know that i’m doing better than some of my friends that have depression so I am here to help anyone that wants or needs me
If you want to change for the better you can

If you want to change for the better you can