You Are Sadness

Even if you don't actively feel sad, it's likely that you've experienced a lot of loss in your life.

You feel withdrawn from the world and even a bit alone. It's hard to pick yourself back up when you feel this way.

Try to get out and do something, even if it's just going for a walk or visiting with a friend.

Your despair and melancholy is zapping you of your energy, and you've got to try to get it back somehow. 



mistygrey mistygrey
41-45, F
6 Responses Mar 2, 2010

That sounds like very good advice, wb :)...Thanks for taking the time to comment :)

I to, can relate to these stories, i've lost close loved ones, family member's, besides the anger and the hurt and guilt, i think time is a great healer, the only thing is you don't want to hear it at that time,. <br />
How i used to manage things, true it was hard, but i used to, make myself get out of the house and go for long walks, otherwise i know i would'nt be able to go out and face the world, if i did'nt,. <br />
Thank you for sharing :-) <br />
Reading, stillgrieving's comment to you, made my heart break,. I so hope she finds the strength and courage to move forward!!,.

My mum went through a very rough time when my dad died, so I understand how you must be feeling at the moment. Now you're planning to see your doctor, though, you're on track to putting yourself back in control of your emotions again...I'm pleased for you! :) <br />
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I'm okay, thanks... I just tend to let things wash over me these days. lol :)

Thanks, for your comments, I was having a why me moment and am planning to talk to my doctor in the next couple of weeks my wedding aniversary on the 4th of the 4th has'nt helped this week either it would have been our 10th. Just missing him. Hope all is well with you and your life though.

I've read about your situation, stillgrieving, and send my condolences to you...It's only natural that you feel sad and empty after going through such a devasting experience, but you mustn't be hard on yourself about it, the worst thing anybody could do is to slap you and tell you to snap out of it. It does sound as though you need help to get out of your depression, though. I'm sure that talking to your doctor about how you're feeling would be beneficial to you.<br />
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I hope you start to feel better soon *Hugs*

Saddness is my companion most of the time these days, mixed with a lot of lonliness and feeling of bing empty all the time. I put up great fronts especially for my kids who are the lights of my life and for those around me. But inside I die a little more each day, want to break out of it but don't know how I just miss the part of me that was ripped away from us so suddenly. I know this is not the way he would want me to feel cause he loved life so much. But I can't seem too get on top of it, maybe I'm feeling sorry for myself need someone to slap me and say snap out of it.