Kick it in the balls with a chuck norris round house kick (how that gets the balls im not sure)
Okay for a real answer
There are so many factors that go into play that you really cant say its just this or just that. In all truth life also has ways of helping you out of these hell holes. Life is a cycle after all. So its bound to keep going around. for what Ive live of it Ive had horrid horrible times and then Ive had great times. Ive learned that the good and hard times are all based on each other. I went without any electric for a month or more and it was awful but I adapted and in truth some great memories came from it. Sure breakfast lunch and dinner was double cheese bugers from mcdonalds but thats not so bad. What I'm saying is that when you suffer you realize how good you have it. We hear about the starving people, and we make jokes. We say stupid things to make ourselves feel food while we bit into a big burger. But when you suffer you realize how much you have and how the times aren't as bad as they can get. So learn from your pain and grow to become stronger
Great wise words @Mammo. @kwb... I fully relate.
Right now I wish I could just jump off a bridge but I don't even have enough energy to get out of bed. I've always struggled with depression since my early teens & I'm now in my late twenties & feeling no better.
Ironically I'm always there for others & support them through their hard times emotionally but I can't seem to help heal myself. I feel so broken & lonely & at the same time I have so many people around me.