Moving on

Guest Author: Kris

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My story is one of many I’m sure, but one that gets very little attention. Since adolescence and for 20 years I had been plagued by progressively worsening autoimmune conditions. The doctor’s couldn’t figure out a cause and for years I was forced to chase symptoms only. By last year, I couldn’t stand on my feet for more than a few minutes, I was not sleeping, had gone blind in one eye, struggled with Colitis, became diabetic, have ADD, hypothyroidism and a plethora of other related immune system dysfunctions. After a failed attempt on my life having lost all hope of getting better, the doctor in emergency advised me that she strongly suspected I had major depression. Within a day of starting on anti-depressants my physical conditions changed for the better. The physical effects of depression, regardless of how well mood is managed, is a far underrated disability if left untreated. Even many doctors aren’t aware that depression is a physical condition first, with mood being one of many symptoms. I wrote this song 3 months after recovery, having gained 20 lbs exercising since the day after I picked up my first prescription. The song is about my struggle to think differently and try to reclaim a life I had long left behind (sorry for the poor production quality, recorded in my living room and I’m far from good at mixing and mastering :))



So glad to see you made it out of the pit of Hell and came out a swinging to reclaim your life , it just goes to show it was not your time to go (emergency room) and still have a purpose to fulfill.
After watching video i found myself saying >> Why would he be *sorry* for having such a talent (gift) to share with others.
Thank you for your message of hope and determination , wish you all the best.


Nice! Thanks for sharing your rhymes. Good 16.

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