How to tell that it's getting bad again:

- I sleep to much or not at all
-I eat too much or too little
-I sound disinterested in everything
-Be spaced out a lot
- I will ramble a lot or not talk at all
-I lose track of time
- I make cynical comments, usually about myself
-I push people away
-I tend to rub my eyes and head a lot
-I avoid eye contact
-I am always shakey
-I will avoid certain conversations

  • Severus: Never plan for anything more than two days in advance.
  • Lucius: That’s your rule?
  • Severus: Yes, cause when you make plans, then you have expectations, and when you have expectations, then you will get disappointed.
  • Lucius: Having expectations also gives you something to look forward to.
  • Severus: Yes, then you’re looking forward to being constantly disappointed.
  • Lucius: You’re not that cynical.
  • Severus: I'm sorry I wasn't aware we hadn't met yet, Hello, I'm Severus Snape.
Life is painful and messed up. It gets complicated at the worst of times, and sometimes you have no idea where to go or what to do. Lots of times people just let themselves get lost, dropping into a wide open, huge abyss. But that’s why we have to keep trying. We have to push through all that hurts us, work past all our memories that are haunting us. Sometimes the things that hurt us are the things that make us strongest. A life without experience, in my opinion, is no life at all. And that’s why I tell everyone that, even when it hurts, never stop yourself from living. ―Alysha Speer
It’s the same with people who say, ‘Whatever doesn’t kill you makes you stronger.’ Even people who say this must realize that the exact opposite is true. What doesn’t kill you maims you, cripples you, leaves you weak, makes you whiny and full of yourself at the same time. The more pain, the more pompous you get. Whatever doesn’t kill you makes you incredibly annoying.
—  Rob Sheffield