Man Cures His Depression By Texting Family From His Grave


It can happen to anyone. One of the most unhealthiest health issues, and a good reason to spend more time on your phone, is depression.

Depression by Tanya Pshenychny

Val, who was 53 years old at his time of death back in 2012, was on a mission to cure his depression. So he reached out to his friends and family for support by text messages this morning. The responses he received to his text messages was mostly shock. For some reason, most people didn’t believe he was actually depressed. The others just asked for money.

His daughter, who asked to remain anonymous and who is definitely not me, had a lot of questions about her father’s health and well-being.

She said, “How are you texting me? Weren’t you cremated? Wait. Are you sure you’re depressed and just not dead?”

He said, “Wow I came out to have a good time and honestly feeling so attacked right now. This is worse than that heart attack I died from.”

Eventually, he stopped texting, which means his depression was cured. And so was his heart attack. So please, if you’re suffering from depression, spend more time on your phone. It’s light therapy.

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