When the darkness comes, I will give you my light.

  • A thousand times night has come, a thousand times day  has gone away.
  • But in this time of need, when the darkness comes, I will stay by your side.
  • When the darkness comes, I will give you my light.  I’ll be there to guide your way.

The days are so cruel and long while hope is hard to find. But when night falls, I know that all of our troubles have gone away. So don’t worry about tomorrow or yesterday; just take care of today no matter what may come — because if we stay together through times like these, then someday soon everything will turn out right in the end and twilight won’t seem so dark anymore.”

Unknown Author

A thousand times night has come, a thousand times day  has gone away…But in this time of need, when the darkness comes, I will stay by your. The days are so cruel and long while hope is hard to find. But when night falls, I know that all of our troubles have gone away.”

Unknown Author”

The Lyric: When the Darkness Comes by Unknown Author from BetterHelp Blog on May 16th 2017 | Long Form Content Marketing Strategy Examples for Brands & Businesses – Example #373 with Comments [Personal] (link) “But in this time of need, when the darkness comes, I will stay by your side.” When the darkness comes, I will give you my light…I’ll be there to guide your way…

I’ll be your beacon and fight the darkness away.

The Lyric: When the Darkness Comes by Unknown Author from BetterHelp Blog on May 16th 2017  | Long Form Content Marketing Strategy Examples for Brands & Businesses – Example #373 with Comments [Personal] (link) “But in this time of need, when the darkness comes, I will stay by your side.” When the darkness comes, I will give you my light…I’ll be there to guide your way…I’ll be your beacon and fight the darkness away. The days are so cruel and long while hope is hard to find. But when night falls, I know that all of our troubles have gone away.”

The days are so cruel and long while hope is hard to find. But when night falls, I know that all of our troubles have gone away.”  - Unknown Author from BetterHelp Blog on May 16th 2017 [Personal]

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The days are so cruel and long while hope is gone

I want to know why, I’m not even good at that sort of thing

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This is how it all starts and suddenly you’re in the dark with no way out.”  | Trackbacks & Pingbacks: 0 | Post Rank: {no value} (@{blog}{post})

“Comment by Anonymous User #359 (link)””Each day feels like I’m in the dark, lost with no way out,” said another blogger who goes by the name of Laura on her blog BetterHelp Blog. This is how it all starts and suddenly you’re in the dark with no way out.””

As a person living with depression, every day has felt like this for as long as she could remember. “I have been fighting to keep my head above water since 2015,” says Elizabeth from The Depression Diaries. “It’s exhausting, and I just want to be able to get back on my feet and live a normal life.”

“Comment by Anonymous User #362 (link)””The dark thoughts in your head. The physical pain,” she continued. “It’s like being stuck in the darkness of night without any light at all.””

As someone who has been living with depression for years, it was hard not to relate when Laura said this is how every day starts, but that soon feels lost as if they are adrift because their grasp on anything slippery slips through their fingers. It can feel like there is no way out from the impenetrable darkness until you find your footing again or make peace with what seems inevitable.  | Read More

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As a person who has been living with depression for years, I can relate to what Laura said about the darkness never letting up. It’s hard not to feel anxious when you start your day and every moment feels like it could be catastrophic, but at some point in the day that feeling starts to fade as if they are adrift because their grasp on anything slippery slips through their fingers. Eventually, one may find peace or make peace with what seems inevitable.” Read More  | The Lyric: When the Darkness Comes

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It’s exhausting – and not being able to make decisions is one of the biggest challenges.  | Read More

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Living with depression means that every day you face a new struggle and you’re always on your toes, waiting for it to get worse. It’s exhausting – and not being able to make decisions is one of the biggest challenges.” Read More  | The Lyric: When the Darkness Comes

What do I say in my next sentence? What content would help readers understand what living with depression feels like? Here are some ideas: “It can be an all-consuming thing,” says Laura as she offers up her experience from when she was suffering from severe clinical depression; or “I had to take my life in my hands,” he says, and it’s hard not to think about the statistics that say suicide is the third leading cause of death for young adults aged 15-24. It can be exhausting – and not being able to make decisions is one of the biggest challenges.” Read More  | The Lyric: When the Darkness Comes What do I say next? What content would help readers understand how depression affects someone who suffers from this condition? Here are some ideas: “It’s a constant fight,” she said; or “I had no control over anything,” he recalls feeling helpless in his situation before finally seeking help. Once they’ve shared their stories, both feel better because they know they

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