Oh dear, that turned out somewhat disturbing… Don’t worry though, the next comic will (probably) not be about more severe mental illnesses! Yay!
Wow. Umm. Yeah. Well at least my nightmares will include the happy sunshine at the end tonight. Thanks. Thanks for ruining my sleep.
I feel like that most mornings. Drag myself out of bed and pretend to be normal. don’t feel fully human till after lunch.
Ditto. It usually takes me an hour or two to properly wake up.
If you have an iPhone then download the sleep cycle app. It’ll wake you when you’re in your lightest phase of sleep in the morning, so you wake up naturally rather than forcing yourself out of a deep sleep which leads to you feeling groggy. I used to have that problem but I’ve been using it for the past few months and it’s worked wonders!
Great comic by the way!
So THAT’S how his soul decides his moods…
Haha! Love this!
This is plain depressing and frightening.
Which isn’t to say it’s not good.
i read a sci-fi comic like this, which were huge insects in human skins, infiltrating a human colony on a small moon. i’m pretty sure it was the skin disguise by wayne wightman.
It’s 12:30pm here, and I’m still feeling like panel 1.
This comic is *deep*. I took this so seriously, as in people changing who they are, just to fit in. Lots of people do it too.
I was disapointed to notice that the butterflies are not smiling creepily.
Hah, I think I attempted to draw them smiling as well, but it turned out way too small to see.
And here I was thinking this was a comic about the effects of severe ozone layer loss. :)
Yep, felt this way when I was depressed. Now I’m able to smile for real again – it’s worthwhile to search for help. This strip definitely belongs to my bookmark collection of great mental illness related strips. Thanks.
This also reminds me of another comic that is fully about how it feels to be in the dark pit: depressioncomix.tumblr.com is a great source for comics that help to express how one feels if it is otherwise impossible due to the illness.
Wow… strong (and very identifiable) stuff. I wish Gravatar had IMs!
This would make a pretty fantastic t-shirt.
It kind of reflects my opinion on happiness and it’s “nonexistence”. Good job.
Came here via Reddit. This is me.
Theodore Sturgeon wrote a short story where this quite literally happened, daily. I think it was called “The other Celia”. Recommended.
I struggle with this. This comic helped me realize I’m not so alone in it. Thanks.
Few pieces of art, have described my life so accurately. Thank you. And beautiful art at that.
OMG, I suddenly understand my ex-husband! Thank you!
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