Well in general, listening to the soundtrack doesn't make me JUST depressed, but it's the major emotion I'm feeling (I think). Mostly I feel sentimental, and feelings associated with that.
Regarding your answer to my 3rd question, I'm talking about disabled people in general, I've learned to overlook their problems and appreciate them for who they are..
Thanks for your answers guys
Also, something interesting I'd like to share:
Whenever I read books for long periods of time, let's say around 3 hours or more of uninterrupted reading, the moment that I am no longer reading and now interacting with others or simply doing stuff, I find that suddenly my mind begins to narrate every single action I do, and even thoughts are preempted with something like "and because of this, I begin to think that x"
Normally whatever way my mind narrates would follow the author's style of writing.
Once I finished KS, I got some sort of "bleeding effect" (Yes, assassin's creed reference.) in the sense that I'm more like hisao in some things I do, and I do this actions unconsciously along with having my mind narrate and think the way hisao does in the VN. The game also made me more receptive to some things I read, like one time I read an article which talked about the habits of shy people. Moments later, I found myself unconsciously doing these habits o.O
I'm not the only one who's had this, since my friend seems to be having the same experience, although the personality change is amplified for him.
By now, the narrator in my head has gone, along with the personality changes, except for some, which managed to change me completely.
In general, I'm a slightly shy person, but I've begun to create a "misha" outer shell, which helps me become more outgoing when I am with others. Alone, or when talking to no one I tend to become quiet and withdrawn.(Which due to my height makes people think I'm scary
Whenever I listen to the KS soundtrack, that would be when the narrator and everything returns to me, which is slightly fun to use, except for when the feels come in..