I’ve tried training my brain to stay on track, Yet when negativity swarms, my mind starts to attack. What starts off as hope quickly turns into fears Laying alone at night, pillows soaking up my tears. It’s like Climbing up a ladder with endless rungs Urging to shout at the top of my lungs Overthinking, head is spinning Sick of losing, I should be winning The important thing is I know I’m not to blame Mental illness is real and I’m not ashamed
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Panic attack starts, quickly reaching its peak Struggling for breath, feeling pathetic and weak Deep breaths, looking round, trying to stay grounded Hard to focus when you feel you’re surrounded Keep trying to breathe, get myself calm My own mind is attacking me, sounding an alarm I focus on a point, a sign saying caution wet floor With one last deep breath, I head for the door.
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Why does daylight seem so hard to find? How do I stop feeling trapped inside my own mind? How can I feel so empty when my mind is always full? How can a nice bright day still make me feel so dull? How do I find strength to even get out of bed? How do I stop feeling weighed down by the thoughts in my head? Right, that’s it I’ve had enough of these questions. It’s time I gave myself some new suggestions. I won’t let depression win, my battle will never stop. I will feel happy soon, and on that day I’ll be back on top. I don’t know how long that day will take to arrive. But the one thing I do know, is that I have the strength to survive.
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