rilkaith
rilkaith:

This stupid show broke my heart. I wasn’t expecting this show to be so poignant. I think what hurt the most about the last two episodes is that they are so brutally honest about what it’s like to hit rock bottom and lash out against people who care about you and want to help you. The worst part about those moments is that everyone believes they can help you, when the reality is that it’s only you. It’s always you. No matter how much someone says they love you, you ultimately have to face yourself at the end of the day. If you don’t like yourself, validation is the only thing that can distract you from having to come to terms with that.
This moment and the closing shot of the show encapsulates what being stuck in depression really feels like. "You’re like my hero, man."
:(

True dat.

rilkaith:

This stupid show broke my heart. I wasn’t expecting this show to be so poignant.

I think what hurt the most about the last two episodes is that they are so brutally honest about what it’s like to hit rock bottom and lash out against people who care about you and want to help you. The worst part about those moments is that everyone believes they can help you, when the reality is that it’s only you. It’s always you. No matter how much someone says they love you, you ultimately have to face yourself at the end of the day. If you don’t like yourself, validation is the only thing that can distract you from having to come to terms with that.

This moment and the closing shot of the show encapsulates what being stuck in depression really feels like. 

"You’re like my hero, man."

:(

True dat.

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South Park, breaking hearts again...

  • Grandpa: Billy, did I ever tell you I used to have a Border Collie named Patches?
  • Stan: Yes, Grandpa.
  • Grandpa: I loved that dog, she always made me so happy. When she died, I didn't let myself get too sad 'cos I thought... Thought I'd always have the memory of her slobberin' happy face...
  • I can't remember what she looked like, Billy.