... hate are those stupid clishes people sprout to your face when they see you are depressed.

And it's not because they are all cliches either. I hate them because they are mostly wrong - and people actually believe them to be true.

Let's take for example "It's always the darkest before the dawn". Now before you start spouting about what it means - I know what it means. The fact of it though, is that it's never the darkest before the dawn.

Actually it depends on quite a few things when the darkest part of a night would be. If it weren't for the moon, it would be exactly at the middle of sunset and sunrise. But because of the weather and the moon this varies - and of course because sunrise and sunset are not at the same time every day it also varies.

But whatever the case might be - it's never the darkest before dawn. So if someone tells me that again in the future, I hope he or she will be ready to be punched in the face.

All right, let's get to another one. "Money won't buy you happiness". Or "Money is the root of all evil". Fu*k that shit! Until money is the only way to buy things you need, it's sure as hell it will make you happy. Besides, these sayings are something middle class people tell themselves to feel better about themselves. (Good luck trying to be happy while your family starves!) You can be a perfectly normal and giving and good person with money.

"A good man is hard to find" is again, in my opinion a huge bullshit. There are quite a few good people out there. Just because you don't like them doesn't mean they are not good.

"Good things come to those who wait" is one of my favorites. I'm pretty sure the one who invented it was king of lazy town.

"Laughter is the best medicine"... tell that to the guy with the gonorrhea...

"That which does not kill us makes us stronger" or will put is in a wheelchair.

So... again, guys. Before you believe everything that you are taught, think it through.