"There's nothing here yet. Let's hope there will be."
--Me, when I first started this page.
Well, I have a couple things to post here now. What a double edged sword that hope turned out to be, though.
Yeah, turns out when you go through a crisis of faith and get severely depressed, writing kind of helps to ease your mind. Puts your thoughts in order.
The following writings are probably not very fun to read. They were written stream of consciousness style, with very little planning or organization put into them. They're also about what may be one of the worst periods of my life, next to that time I kind of thought that everyone around me might be elaborate robots. But, I wrote them, and I needed something to put on my site, so here you go.
Recovery: On My (Hopefully) Temporary Depression
This is the first post I wrote about this, only a day or two after my downfall. It may serve as a relic of this time in my life, or as the beginning of my terrible depression. Let's hope for the former.
Okay, I'm Done Being Depressed
This was written on what is technically April 3rd, 2017. It was 2:30 AM, and before I went to sleep, so it's mentally part of April 2nd to me. I just wrote this, so it's hard to be retrospective about it.
What I Call(ed) A Depressive Funk
This one was originally called "What I Call A Depressive Funk: Why I Still Hope That This Is Temporary", but in the middle of writing it, I had a drastic revelation that changed the way I thought about my depression. What was it? Well, I'm an asshole, so I'm not going to tell you. Read it yourself, if you're that curious.
If You Don't Hear From Me, Assume I'm Doing Well
A short post I wrote just as sort of an update.
A Purpose At Last: To Help Others
One of the most positive posts on this site so far.
Also, I should note that the CSS for this site was stolen from bettermotherfuckingwebsite.com. I like his and motherfuckingwebsite.com's philosophies on web design. Seems fitting for Neocities.
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