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  • (alarm buzzing)

  • Just hit snooze, stay in bed with me a little longer.

  • I can't be late again.

  • [What it's like living with depression?]

  • Aren't you tired?

  • Maybe you should call in sick and just stay home with me.

  • Let's get back in bed.

  • I don't like that one, it makes you look fat.

  • And that color is awful on you.

  • Why are you even here?

  • I don't know, you tell me.

  • I don't know either.

  • Right, choose right.

  • (chuckles) What are you talking about?

  • He won't understand.

  • Hey, pay attention to me.

  • This work stuff is stupid and pointless.

  • Why do you care about it anyways?

  • It could've ended, but they're doing a good job.

  • It's like, I don't know if they needed a last season, we did.

  • That was nice, but weird.

  • It's like, I don't know what to do with myself.

  • It's not like you never have time for it during the week when things are really open, when you're at work and you're like, "Ah!"

  • Are you sure you wanna do this right now?

  • Please stay home with me.

  • I don't even know why I'm crying.

  • I know. I understand you.

  • What's wrong with you lately?

  • I don't know, I just...

  • I mean you've really gotta snap out of this funk that you're in.

  • Just come out with us tonight, that'll help.

  • You're an idiot if you think that will help.

  • Plus, you always act like I'm not around when we're with them.

  • I gotta go, okay?

  • I don't wanna be with you anymore!

  • Will you just go away?

  • You can't just walk away from me.

  • Think of everything we've been through.

  • No one knows you like I do.

  • (piano music)

(alarm buzzing)

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What It’s Like Living With Depression

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    doris.lai posted on 2020/08/26
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