The Fact that You Feel Down Sometimes is Normal...

… The Fact that the World Insists You Shouldn't, Isn't.

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Feels shitty? Go for a walk

Yes, I know what you’re thinking, you’re not 80 years old, so you’re most definitely not going to go for a fucking walk, besides, you’ve got things to do, people to see, shows to watch, kids to raise, partners to satisfy and litter boxes to clean.

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