What are your thoughts and feelings about being depression, loneliness, heartbreaks, being different from your peers, and having to put up a front? How do/would you deal with some of these issues.
First of all, I would like to say that human psychology is a big concept and we should explore it from many different perspectives.
I find that depression is seen as common amongst teenagers and we all have it at some point or another. It just depends on how serious it is, or how long it is. When faced with depression, it is best to relieve oneself of the torture depression gives, by doing all sorts of things. I, personally, would cure depression (and loneliness) by watching TV. (I'm a bit of a couch potato)
Heartbreaks in teenage years are very common. What I would suggest would be to not going into a relationship any time when one is still coping with work or studies.
Being different is good. It gives oneself the uniqueness that others don't have. It's like the tastes of foods. Every plate of food has a unique taste. So why should we think so much about being different?
Having to put up a front because of a lie is horrible, and we should never do that, unless we are forced to.
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