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Neshamas Battle Depression

This week on Neshamas, some of our writers struggled alone with depression, while others turned to Hashem for help with their troubles.

In a devastating piece called Depression, a Neshama is so weighed down by depression, they have trouble leaving their bed and prefer nightmares to the uncertainty of the outside world.

In My Longing For My Father, a Neshama writes about their father who spent his whole life yearning for his own father who died young.

In Carob Tree, a Neshama writes draws parallels between themselves and a carob tree, as they both aspire to push upwards towards the heavens.

Find these and other stories by our anonymous writers on Neshamas.