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I read the book too and was also intrigued by Katie's entry. Mostly because I felt like I was looking in a mirror of myself three years ago.

I suffer from depression, as well. Though it is not as bad as is once was, (I was put into therapy and given medication [which I no longer take] after my mom found a journal entry of mine which expressed my plans and wishes for suicide) when I am confronted with something I do not know how to deal with, I am incarcerated in a world of hopelessness, isolation and anxiety. When I am not in a depressive episode, you'd be surprised to know I am upbeat, friendly and comical. But, when I don't know how to feel, depression becomes my default. It is difficult to comprehend how non-depressed people must see the world. I also have developed a need for "someo
Posted:8/13/2008
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A E, Undisclosed, OH, United States , Female , Agnostic , White/Caucasian , Bisexual , Student , Middle class
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