A lonely walk
That’s how it feels when somethings bothering us, but we’re too embarrassed to tell others.
When we’re depressed, it’s a daily battle with the mind. Although we’re not physically exerting energy, it’s exhausting.
I’ll never forget coming home from work at five and just collapsing into my bed.
On another occasion I was working in London for a couple weeks and had to fly home mid trip because I couldn’t spend another night alone in my hotel room!
I know there’s many people out there who are holding in how they feel.
Suicide is the biggest killer of men between 18 and 30!!
At the time I didn’t open up to anyone about how I felt, and subsequently I was making everything worse!
Since then, I’ve opened up to people I know, and people I don’t, when something is up! I can assure you it makes a huge difference.
In many ways it’s easy to open up to a complete stranger.
There’s no fear they’ll tell somebody in your circle.
If something is bothering you, take the first step and open up to somebody. It doesn’t matter who it is. Trust me, that step will kick start a recovery to normality.