LIFE EXPERIENCE

What is the hardest thing you have ever done?

I studied in the UK for a period of time before, **suffered from depression**, and then dropped out of school and returned to China.

I have seen a psychiatrist and insisted on taking medicine, but I haven’t gotten any better.

Later, a friend who was also seriously ill said, let’s have a cat.

I went to buy a cat,

At that time it was only 3 months old.

At that time, I had severe insomnia, and I couldn’t fall asleep for the whole night, and the human spirit was no longer functioning properly.

After I bought the cat, I deleted all the social software in the phone, turned it off, and kept myself and the cat at home.

The cat may have sensed that I can’t fall asleep overnight.

It started sitting next to my pillow every night, staring at me with a pair of eyes. At first I was a little scared. I thought it would come over and blind me with a paw, but then it didn’t matter.

Until one day, I closed my eyes for a long time.

It thought I was asleep, then I heard it let out a heavy sigh, like a sigh, and fell asleep in my neck for the first time.

I only learned that he was staring at me since then, and waited until I fell asleep.

From then on, I started to sleep under its persistent “stare” every night.

Slowly began to fall asleep.
Until one day, I opened my eyes, turned my head, and see its big face directly.

I began to know that I would overcome depression.

To this end I have been working hard.

I started to meet many friends who also keep pets at home.

Just like now, I am typing this text, it is still lying next to me, squinting to listen to the keyboard sound of my phone typing.

I am grateful for it, because it let me know that the world still has goodwill.

Every time when I get lost, it runs over and makes me clear instantly.

No matter how dark or dark the room is, as long as I raise my hand, I can touch it, which gives me the confidence to live.

Fate is really amazing, it is still working hard to save me.

It seems to come to me with the task of saving me.

When I was not weaning, I knew I was going to sleep.

I knew it was a little knight who came to save me.

Then I have no reason not to fight.

I want to work hard and live well.

Because I know that as long as I do well, it will have better cats.

I began to learn to be responsible for him, and to hold on to it in pain, because I was responsible for its short life.

Here, I wish every friend who is fighting, there can be a little knight around to guard you.

Come on, look forward to tomorrow’s sun will be brighter than today.

Samuel Whyte

A psychology enthusiast, interested in movies, painting,psychology, hiking, workout etc.

Speaks Chinese and English.

Currently lives in Shanghai, China.

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