It was the Winter of 1939 and the world was breaking out into a World War. The United States had yet to step in and their recruiting was not at the level it’s at today. With The Great Depression still at the forefront, creating jobs was sucking up most of the countries financial resources. Out of work and with few options, people started opting to join the army out of desperation.
When you’re in a state of desperation, some people move forward and figure things out, while some fall into a depressed state. When depressed, your mind wanders to some of your many regrets, and the would of, should of, could of, scenarios. Once you’re ping-ponging your regrets, it becomes hard to enjoy life or be in the present moment. And if this sounds like it’s happening to you, we here at Massive Phobia are giving you big virtual hugs right now. Hopefully you learn to interpret events, not in terms of expectations, but simply focusing on what is.
As part of our series of comics that focus on the relationship between The Great Depression and Clinical Depression, we hope you enjoy the below drawing, as we made it just for you.
If Only Did Better In College
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