Glad this exists. After going through a thankfully short period of depression while at college, which I mostly solved by extricating myself and working in my hometown, it's a relief to see someone trying to convey what it's really like to live with such a psychological...disorder. And that's really what it felt like.
The reason I can appreciate such an effort is because I know plenty of the kind of people who will NEVER understand it. Extroverted people who party hard, work hard, always push the limits, who I made a big mistake in asking for help to adapt to a lifestyle more "healthy" like theirs. Not only did they completely fail to understand the situation I was in, but by trying to pull me out, they put me in extremely uncomfortable situations in which I floundered and made them look bad; eventually they dismissed it as some freak abnormality that I was failing to pull out of because I wasn't "being positive and just doing," and proceeded to berate me for being such a hopeless wreck.
Seek professional help when trying to solve depression, or this could be you. Thankfully, I didn't have many connections while up in college, so I was able to almost completely remove myself from that situation like a life that's passed me by, and at my two jobs at home I've made good friends and have improved my mood and outlook drastically.