Bigger Than Depression

Well, that didn’t last long.

If I quit, then I lose. I lose all the work I’ve put in.

So I can’t quit. I can’t slow down, or laze about without writing something.

I have to see that I’m bigger than the depression, the mood swings, the inability to do certain things. I can do other things, and I’m more than the depression. I see the mood swing, I need to shut my fucking mouth, and stay quiet until the mood stops swinging.

I’m hopeful to soon begin work on a fiction novel with Walt Hitchcock. I think maybe I’ll pour myself into that novel, if Walt is still willing to collaborate with me.

That’s it. I hope you’re doing alright. I’m doing much better, now.

See ya

Philip Webb

2 responses to “Bigger Than Depression”

  1. As a short story writer, I can relate to the struggles of writer’s block and the impact of mental health on the creative process. It’s inspiring to see someone like Philip Webb push through and remind themselves that they are bigger than their depression. Collaborating with others can also be a great way to reignite the passion for writing. Best of luck to Philip and Walt on their upcoming novel.

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