DEPRESSION AND THE GLBT COMMUNITY
It was unrelenting. I became severely depressed. No one could reach through to me. I thought no one else understood what I was going through. I knew no other gay person to talk to. And the bottom line was this: I was afraid of social rejection and potential harm. I even started to entertain thoughts of putting an end to it all.
Brothers, sisters, your life is worth more than what you have been ‘cultured’ to believe. You, too, have a right to life. You, too, should feel free to live, to shine, to fly, to smile - and to love. I would like to share with you a few lines from one of my very favourite songs:
I recommend you get a copy of
Ways to combat depression, of not prevent it: