Rookie Idol Nakang Calls Out For Help With Depression Through Instagram

Nakang bared his soul as he wrote out his letter.

Nakang, a member of the rookie idol group Vermuda, recently opened up about his depression through an Instagram post.

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In the post, he mentions that he’s been feeling “sad, helpless, and hurt because of depression.” He is trying to overcome the suffering but he cries out for help as he states it’s been “difficult“.

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“I’ve been frequently feeling sad, helpless, and hurt because of depression. I’m trying my best to overcome it but it’s difficult.”

— Nakang

He’s been crying without stop and getting violent as his self-esteem keeps decreasing.

“My self-esteem keeps decreasing. I keep thinking bad thoughts.

On some days I just cry all day like a new born baby. On some days I become violent. I get so lonely so I seek out people but when they get near, I run away.

I keep repeating, ‘Enough. Enough.’”

— Nakang

Thankfully, his fans have left thousands of supportive messages as they pray he will be able to overcome his depression through love and support.

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Thoughts and prayers for Nakang in hopes that he will soon be able to safely overcome his depression through love and support.

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“I know some people will curse at me, but I hope you pity me – someone who has no where else to write about this but here – and read it fully.

I’ve been frequently feeling sad, helpless, and hurt because of depression. I’m trying my best to overcome it but it’s difficult.

I wonder why I am this way. I really wonder why.

My self-esteem keeps decreasing. I keep thinking bad thoughts. On some days I just cry all day like a new born baby. On some days I become violent. I get so lonely so I seek out people but when they get near, I run away.

I keep repeating, ‘Enough. Enough.’

I regret everything I’ve done, so I can’t trust myself to make a decision on anything. I can’t complete something.

This letter is the same. I’ll regret it. It’ll just become useless words.”

— Nakang

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