There are two thing that everyone should know about depression. The first thing is that when you start to climb out of it, it isn't all better right away. The second thing is that the things that happened before - that happened while you were depressed - they're a little...murky.
All jokes about alcoholism aside, I've fought tooth and nail for most of the growing up I've done. (Colin, Sean, King, Ian, Andy, Brian... Anyone ringing a bell?) The last few years have been a bit of a blur, so coming out of it to find that I'm a very different person from who I always was has been...hell, I can't even articulate what it has been because I'm still watching the previews.
A person makes choices. Every hour of every day, there are choices that have to be made and, to an undeniable extent, these choices define who we become, so how is it possible that so many things that distinguish who we are can change when we're not looking?
Call me crazy, but I think you could certainly call marriage, children and careers the three biggest sticking points in a persons life. Don't get me wrong, no one knows how littler decisions can alter your course overtime, but those are still the big three. So what seemingly inconsequential and utterly imperceptible change in the fabric of spacetime occurred that turned me from the Highland Park, Brian and A Bird girl into the Wherever We Land (As Long As It Isn't Alabama,) A Rabbit and A Baby girl.
That's right internet, you just heard things that I still can't verbalize sober.
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