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I can't stop blaming myself for having depression. Its like people say it's not my fault but i feel like it totally is. I let my demons win and I just can't take it anymore. It's all bottling up and I just feel useless,invisible,hated by people. Im alone and lonely and I just can't take it anymore. Its been 4 months since i felt alone and a year i've been through depression and I just can't take it anymore. Everyone calls me a fucking pussy because I can't handle it. I can't. I can't.


Listen to me,
It isn’t your fault that you’re depressed.
It is nobody’s fault. It’s a mental illness & it’s not something you can help! You didn’t choose to have depression did you? So how could it possibly be something you can control.
You’re not a pussy, but darling you can get through this. I know it’s so hard but I believe in you. You’re not weak, you’re strong for making it this far.
Please try to get some help, you deserve it x

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Here are seven reasons why investors and businesspeople should be paying attention to it.

1. Swahili is spoken by over 100m people in Africa so it’s pretty hard to ignore a language that’s spoken by so many people. Its importance as a lingua franca is recognised by foreign media organisations such as the BBC, which broadcasts radio programmes in Swahili. Voice of America and Deutsche Welle have adopted similar tactics in their attempts to appeal to readers on the continent.

2. If you’re dealing with East Africa in any way, then it’s essential you take notice of the Swahili language. Swahili is a Bantu language and therefore spoken by many communities that inhabit the Great Lakes region and other areas of southeast Africa, including Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda and Mozambique. It’s particularly useful to have knowledge of Swahili if doing business in Kenya. The country is the largest economy in East and Central Africa and has seen massive growth in areas such as telecommunications in the last decade.

3. Swahili is the national or official language of Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda and the Democratic Republic of the Congo, as well as being one of the official languages of the East African Community and African Union. It is a language of influence politically, economically and socially, and a knowledge of it can deepen business relationships.

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