At the beggining the idea to find a depression site and find others to talk and such seemed such a great thing, but then just ended up in nothing, I still have the hope to mee someone in this sites, but at the same seems very unlikely to happen, which makes such a feeling of void.
Please do not give up. You never know with whom you might identify and find support.
On the other hand, loneliness can extend even onto the Internet and the different support sites. On a couple I visit, there are clearly groups of users who are on the same wavelength and "click" with one another to provide support when needed. I think some of the typical forum features, like friends lists, followers, and up-voting, inadvertently make others feel like outsiders. At least on some user profiles there it says "Your friends list is empty", as opposed to "You have no friends", which I guess would be even more unintentionally damaging to the psyche.
In any case, the point is that one needs to be active and seeking out others on these forums. Your active participation -- posts, replies, reactions, votes, etc. -- is the only way others are even aware of you. I'm not especially good at this, as I have some loner tendencies, so it's not working in my favor. Many others seem to have a natural ability to interact and be "popular" on the forums. I guess it's just like real life in any other context.