The one thing has become very clear as I have blogged over the years is that it has certainly helped with my depression rather than hindered it. That is it has helped me to get certain feelings including anger and frustrations out of my mind into a written form which has enabled me to release such feeling from my mind where they would of just gone around and around.
This for anyone who has ever suffered depression is very therapeutic as such circular thinking can cause a lot of problems with depression itself which always ends up with obsessive thoughts and turning what is a trivial matter into something which frankly was never important in the first place.
So for me my blogging has always released these thoughts making me feel much better in my self and means I can move forward rather than backwards as my depression would like me to do.
It also had a very pleasant side effect too as it has also boosted my self confidence and believe in myself and released a creative side which I believed I never had though it is still a bit rough and in the past was suppressed both by my depression and those around me who went out of their way to bully it out of me!
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