25: Depression   January 17th, 2020

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This page was partly inspired by this Tumblr comic that I'm a fan of.

I started a new webcomic, by which I mean I threw together some of the random comics I've been making, and called them Oops Sorry, and it's hosted on this Patreon page. I posted the latest one, Hazelnut Chocolate, on Reddit and it blew up! Over 50k points and among the top Reddit posts for a while. So that was interesting.

Although it's hosted on Patreon, I'm not putting much effort into asking for pledges on that page - I'd rather have more funding on the Don't Get Any Ideas patreon, where you can get rewards and the fees are lower.

In other news, Don't Get Any Ideas is continuously getting high-quality traffic from TopWebComics.com, thanks to you guys who keep voting for it! The vote link is now in the menu (top right), and you can click here to vote up to once a day. I just changed the vote incentive to a parody comic and you'll see it after you vote. Thanks so much!

Lane: When I got diagnosed with depression, it wasn't a weight off my shoulders. It gave me SOME hope, but it was like confirmation that there WAS something wrong with me, and that I had to work at least twice as hard as everyone else just to prove I was capable. I'm doing better now, but I'm always afraid of letting people down or becoming a burden, and something in the back of my mind keeps saing "it's too late, you've already disappointed everyone you know."
(picture of a monster behind Lane saying that)
Lane: And I work so hard to compensate for it, that a lot of people have no IDEA what I'm going through.
Lane: Sorry, that was probably TMI considering I just met you two.
Lily: No, it's fine. I think that perspective is important.
Sasha: Yeah, I mean we were already talking about this stuff.
(the monster comes back)
Monster: They're just saying that. You made a bad first impression and they won't want to talk to you again.
Lane: YOU shut the HELL up!