"How to Deal With Depression". Seriously. This kind of stuff. Yes, yes. This guy is cute, and I guess well-intentioned guy (though I highly doubt he despises the attention he’s getting), but no, you’re not going to teach anyone how to fucking deal with depression in a 5 minutes video. It’s nice to show support, but you’re not solving anything and your words are not of wisdom. Nothing against the guy, but the title just irks me so much! "How To Deal With Depression". And, lol, at all the people praising him cause he "helped them see the light" or "saved their lives". Perhaps the light of his cute face, which yeah, doesn’t hurt, but still.
I’ll never make everyone happy, but if this title made one person click it and helped them, then maybe it’s 1% true and that’s all I should care about.
Clearly there isn’t a cure all for depression, because every soul is entirely different and unique. BUT he’s right. If one person clicked and felt as if they were helped by it, then THAT means his goal was accomplished and that’s a commendable thing.
How about flavouring your Lembas with some spices to acchieve some variety? Here are some ideas what you could mix into the dough:
- Lemon or Orange-peel (make sure the fruit are ecological and have not had chemical treatment. If you are insecure, please ask one of the shopkeepers, for not every fruit’s peel is made to be eaten!)
- Orange-blossom extract (you may get this in an oriental supermarket)
- Rose extract (also available in an oriental supermarket)
I KEEP LOSING THIS SHIYT
“Everything is connected by the one thing that is everywhere no matter were you go, no matter how big or how small, something filled with nearly an infinite amount of energy even though we perceive it as completely empty due to it’s structure forming an infinite scalar fractal of perfectly-balanced geometry, a vector equilibrium we call SPACE.”
this is the happiest picture I’ve ever seen
This man has been one of my biggest inspirations since I can remember. Even when I was 4 and barely understood what actors were, I always recognised him and would point at the TV and say ‘there’s the funny man’. They think that his death may have been suicide which makes it even sadder because he was always portraying funny characters with so much wit and happiness yet he is so sad that he would take his own life. People glamorize Hollywood lifestyles and fame yet it really takes a toll on some of the grandest people to ever walk the earth. He kept his spark of madness right up until the end. The best thing about actors is that they live on through their characters. They never truly leave us.
Genie, you’re free
I’m actually sobbing
When Robin Williams first visited his good friend Christopher Reeve after the riding accident that left him paralyzed, Williams claimed in the voice of a Russian doctor that he came to “perform a colonoscopy.” Reeve reportedly said that it was the first time he had laughed since his accident, and that from that moment on he knew that life was going to be ok.