Is it sadness or depression, or, maybe physical pain that’s a part of your life you’re finding hard to cope with?
Whether the pain is connected to sadness or that of a broken bone, people are more likely to listen to someone who’s actually experienced what they are feeling, felt what they’ve felt, or, pained the way they did or still do.
Not for one minute am I implying you ignore medical advice, but rather saying, a shoulder to cry on in some cases is by far the best medicine.
Feeling slightly hypocritical because I’m the complete opposite (no shoulder needed). I fight my emotions alone and therefore others only hear what I want them to hear. But you… if you’re struggling to cope—reach out.
Note: Don’t suffer in silence if you are feeling depressed.
It’s frustrating when people don’t fully understand the extent of your sadness. But how can they know if you bottle up your feelings? Someone that can relate to your every angle of hurting because they’ve been where you are, is the best person to open up too.
Pain is pain, so whether it’s your pain, his pain, her pain, their pain, it doesn’t change for each individual, it’s the exact same for us all, what does differentiate between individuals is our coping mechanisms.
Sadness is a typical outcome of an unhappy event and can instigate depression. To prevent having to fight both you need to stop taking sadness to bed with you, waking up with sadness, walking with sadness, or whatever.
An emotion as such is frequently experienced after losing a loved one either through death or through circumstance… sadly shit happens, but it’s about making good of a bad situation. Whether its God or other you blame for your loss, try forgiving them, and when you find you can do this, it is then you’ll realize just how happiness is much sweeter to have in your future than sadness.
All content on this website/blog should not be substituted for that of the opinion of a doctor or other type of professional!