I thought I liked being depressed

I’ve spent most of my life feeling depressed, and so I’ve learned to savor and experience the “sweetness” of sorrow.  But the fact that I focus on the “sweetness” aspect of the depression means that I want to be positive and happy–otherwise I would be focusing on the pain of sorrow.  Learning to love the sweetness of sorrow is actually an example of making the most out of what you have–I had depression, so I tried to make the best of it.  Therefore, I was wrong to say that I liked being depressed–this subtle distinction was difficult for me to make, but I’m glad I figured it out!