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Depression at Work
Fatigue. Intense fatigue. Never ending fatigue. G-force pins you to the wall for others to throw spears at you. Hopelessness. Blank. Meaninglessness. Pointless. Fatigue. Relief please? Suicide. Drain on yourself and especially on others who care. Initially. Performance? Don't make me cry! Job loss? Suicide. Bills? Told you, suicide! Shut up with the suicide - "it's a permanent solution to a temporary problem". Logic doesn't count. Perceptions get so distorted that it reaches a kind of depressive psychosis. Just keep holding on tight to those who offer support until it somehow passes and you manage to cope a bit better. Holding on tight to the sure hope that Christ will bring you through it, you realise that it is a blip on the continuum of eternity. Maybe with the help of antidepressants and psychotherapy you get on top of it again.