I don’t think people realise how hard it is to re-discover the person you were before depression or even try to remember your own personality
and if you’ve had depression since early childhood you don’t even know if you have your own personality
you didn’t have time to be a person before depression
and it’s scary having no idea who you are
I finished Bioshock Infinite last night and then I vowed that I would not rest until I did at least one drawing of the Luteces.
an all instrumental lutece fanmix » whispers: 22
i. Lutece - Gary Schyman // ii. The Path - Zoë Keating // iii. Uniko: III. Sarma - Kimmo Pohjonen // iv. Shadows - Lindsey Stirling // v. Piano Sonata No. 16 in C Major, K. 545, “Sonata facile”: I. Allegro - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (performed by Seung-Yeun Huh) // vi. River Flows In You - Yiruma // vii. Tango Passionato - Die Vier Evangcellisten // viii. Midnight Waltz - Adam Hurst // ix. Mit Myrten und Rosen - Isang Enders & Andreas Hering // x. Picnic Music - Jean-Philippe Goude // xi. The Entertainer - Scott Joplin // xii. Moonlight - The Piano Guys // xiii. Uniko: II. Plasma - Kimmo Pohjonen // xiv. Fissure - Robyn Miller // xv. Death Waltz - Adam Hurst // xvi. Andante Affettuoso - Brian Crain // xvii. Sonata Claro De Luna - Ludwig van Beethoven // xviii. Optimist - Zoë Keating // xix. Michael Meets Mozart - The Piano Guys // xx. Time Forgotten - Brian Crain // xxi. Anti Gravity - Lindsey Stirling // xxii. Farewell - Apocalyptica
Saw this was getting some activity recently and that the download link was broken, so it should work now in the original post.
There are some games that I like the idea of and enjoy, but at the same time the gameplay really frustrates me. But it’s like, it’s not too hard, and it’s not bad, and I’m physically capable of playing it successfully, but it just isn’t compatible with my brain and I end up emotionally drained from the effort. But I still want to play it. So I end up both frustrated to tears and entertained, and I can’t really explain this idea but there it is.