Sophie Turner and Pedro Pascal taking part in the Ice Bucket Challenge to help raise awareness for ALS.

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Transcript: A Message To The Depressed by Sky Williams

We all desperately want to be happy. And like Will Smith portrayed, it isn’t guaranteed. We have to pursue it.
And I’d like to live in a world where happiness is as easy as buying a soda from a vending machine but its harder than that. Unlike a math test there is no right answer when it comes to depression but I know what it feels like and its more than just not being happy. It’s like you can’t bring yourself to be happy.
You look at the things that you want to really love and enjoy and you just can’t find enjoyment in them anymore. Sometimes you can’t eat, sometimes you can’t sleep and sometimes you can’t even move. And them your friends get mad at you because you don’t go out as often or you don’t want to respond to their text messages, you just can’t hold a conversation and suddenly you’re the problem, you’re the downer.
And you really want to. You REALLY want to, you really wanna go out to the bar and you really want to go out and have fun but your body doesn’t allow you to.  As if something inside you is just forcing you to be down, like that’s the normal thing to do and everybody else just doesn’t get it.
And its not because you ignore people because you don’t like them, its just that you don’t want to go through the same conversation over and over again. 
"Wanna go out?"
“I’m not feeling that well.”
"Why, what’s wrong, what can I do to help?"
And THAT’S the problem, you don’t even KNOW what you want. You don’t even know what’s going to make you feel better, you just feel trapped. And what doesn’t help is that people trying to tell you how to feel or what to feel. Or giving you solutions that you know aren’t going to work and they get frustrated because they want to help you but they can’t.
And the word that makes you feel this way, the words that make you hate the person that you are just get louder. All within the matter of moment it feels like you’re drowning. And outside there’s just so much light, and everything is so bright, and you just wish that someone could dim the lights please?
You try and ask yourself what’s the difference between now and then but sometimes there is no explanation. You can have everything you want in the world and yet feel like you have nothing. Depression is indiscriminate, it doesn’t matter how much or how little you have in your life, it can find you.
And now supposedly we lost Robert Williams. I don’t know if its accurate that he took his own life or that the cause was depression, but if it was, it just proves that one of the most funniest man in the entire world could not defeat the monster that is depression. It’s not a joke.
Look, the only reason why I know how this feels is because I’ve been there, and I lost a best friend to it, and back then I was aided by the feeling in it. I tried to ask him if he needed for me but he didn’t know. And yea, I got frustrated because I couldn’t help the person that I cared about and when I figured it out, it was too late.
But if I could go back and have one more conversation with him before he did it, this is what I’d say:
I’m not a miracle worker and I can’t promise you much. I can’t make the words go away, I can’t make you love yourself, I can’t give you an appetite to eat and I can’t just magically make you sleep. I can’t turn back time and magically explain between now and then. 
I know there’s a lot of light outside and I can’t dim the lights but I’ve got a room we can hide in. Anything you need outside I can bring it to you. I can’t turn down the volume but I know that the outside world gets really loud and we can close the windows.
What I can do is that I can wait right here with you until you are ready. We can talk all day or I can just sit here and be silent, I can be across the room or I can be right next to you. We could play Mario Party or listen to music.
You can use my face to practice your make-up or if you want to hit something, not my face, because you just did my make-up. We can do whatever you want. 
Just as long as we leave this room, when we re-enter the world, we’re going to do it together. I’m not going anywhere. Call out when you can’t take it, I brought some movies, my laptop, video games and I’ve got entertainment or I can just sit here and talk to you. It doesn’t matter what we are doing.
Throughout the duration of you feeling this way, I’m going to be right here until you feel better. And when you’re ready, you and I will re-enter the world together. Okay? Just before you do anything, you let me know.
If you’re feeling suicidal, PLEASE seek help. I love you, the person who is reading this, and the next segment is also taken from the video. With all sincerity, I hope it may be of use to you.
Suicide hotline number: 1-800-273-TALK

Here is a basic list of resources/hotlines that you can call if you are feeling suicidal, or are worried about someone who is.
United States: 1-800-784-2433 (1-800-SUICIDE)
United States (en Espanol): 1-800-SUICIDA
United States-veterans 1-800-273-8255, Veterans Press 1
Europe Wide: 116 123 (free from any number)
Australia: 13 11 14
Albania: 127
Argentina: (54-11) 4758-2554
Belgium: 02 649 95 55
Brasil: 141
Canada - Greater Vancouver: 604-872-3311
Canada - Toll free-Howe Sound/Sunshine Coast: 18666613311
Canada - TTY: 1-866-872-0113
Canada - BC-wide: 1-800-SUICIDE (784-2433)
China: 0800-810-1117
China (Mobile/IP/extension users): 010-8295-1332
Croatia: (01) 4833-888
Cyprus: +357 77 77 72 67
Deutschland: 0800 1110 111
Denmark: 70 20 12 01,[1] or
France: 01 40 09 15 22
Estonia (1): 126
Estonia (2): 127
Estonia (3): 646 6666
Fiji (1): 679 670565
Fiji (2): 679 674364
Finland: 01019-0071
Greece: 1018 or 801 801 99 99
Germany (1): 0800 1110 111
Germany (2): 0800 1110 222
Germany (youth): 0800 1110 333
Ghana: 233 244 846 701
Iceland: 1717
India: 91-44-2464005 0 or 022-27546669
Ireland: ROI - local rate: 1850 60 90 90 ROI - minicom: 1850 60 90 91
Israel: 1201
Italia: 800 86 00 22
Malta: 179
Japan 03-3264-4343
Kenya: +254 20 3000378/2051323
Liberia: 06534308
Lithuania: 8-800 2 8888
Malaysia (1): (063) 92850039
Malaysia (2): (063) 92850279
Malaysia (3): (063) 92850049
Mauritius: (230) 800 93 93
Namibia: (09264) 61-232-221
Netherlands: 0900 1130113
New Zealand: 0800 543 354
Nippon: 3 5286 9090
Norway: 815 33 300
Papua New Guinea: 675 326 0011
Philippines: 02 -896 - 9191
Poland (1): +48 527 00 00
Poland (2): +48 89 92 88
Portugal: (808) 200 204
Samoa: 32000
Osterreich: 116 123
Serbia: 0800 300 303 or 021 6623 393; Online chat:…[2]
South Africa: LifeLine 0861 322 322; Suicide Crisis Line 0800 567 567
Sverige: 020 22 00 60
Switzerland: 143
Singapore: 1800- 221 4444
Sweden (1): 020 22 00 60
Sweden (2): 020 22 00 70
Thailand: (02) 713-6793
Ukraine: 058
UK: 08457 90 90 90 or text 07725909090 or email
Uruguay: 7pm to 11 pm – Landlines 0800 84 83 (FREE) 2400 84 83 24/7 – Cell phone lines 095 738 483 *8483
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United States -…
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Trevor Lifeline - (866-488-7386)

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