Are You Sad?
Being unwilling to experience sadness hold you back. But if you can experience it & share it you can move forward!
Sadness is a normal human emotion that every single person will experience at stressful or somber times.
A number of life events can leave people feeling sad or unhappy. The loss or absence of a loved one, divorce, loss of job or income, financial trouble, or issues at home can all affect mood in a negative way.
Failing an exam, not getting a job, or experiencing other disappointing events can also trigger sadness.
However, a person experiencing sadness can usually find some relief from crying, venting, or talking out frustrations. More often than not, sadness has links to a specific trigger.
Sadness usually passes with time. If it does not pass, or if the person becomes unable to resume normal function, this could be a sign of depression.
If low mood gets worse or lasts longer than 2 weeks, the person should talk to their doctor.
We use different words to talk about sadness: agony, anguish, broken heart, hurt, sorrow, dejection, dismay, homesickness, distress, unhappiness and more. All these emotions are a response to a negative situation – the end and realization of the reality of your scam!
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