All of us get depressed at one time or another, yet if you truly want to know why you’re feeling so blue these days, it might be time to look within. Our emotions are completely unpredictable, and we don’t always have control over them when specific events happen within our lives.
“If your friend was down or sad or not feeling worthy, you would have no problem offering suggestions to brighten their day. A quick fix to raising your self-esteem is to be your own best friend.” – Psychic Deejay ext. 5435
If you’re sad and you recognize there is something different about your regular mood, let’s look at these possible reasons why you may be feeling down in the dumps. Are you feeling depressed and would like more personalized advice, contact a psychic today!
Your Lifestyle: Vice or No Vice
Do you have any vices? Self-destructive problems to address? If you’re suffering from any addiction, know that it could take a toll on your inner-self and spirituality. Alcohol, drugs, cigarettes, over the counter drugs and an addiction to food (obsessions, eating disorders, etc.) can lead to more anxiety, sadness and depression on top of what you’re already experiencing. If you can get help from others then you can truly see why you’re so sad inside. Addictions are just temporary escapes to block inner pain and loneliness. You may find that without addictions, you actually feel content and happy within the day.
Many people who are feeling down, sad or majorly depressed tend to hide like a wounded animal. Some reach out, while others suffer in silence. Isolation is one of the biggest problems we encounter today. By nature, we need human interaction, touch, care and kindness. Even if you would rather stay under the covers and hide from the world, try pushing yourself a bit even if it means calling your family or a good friend you trust. If you can, try and get outside once a day at first even if it means your patio or to the grocery store to be arond people. Isolation only makes the sadness deepen.
Life presents us with unwelcome situations that we are not always prepared for. Divorce, loss of a loved one, a stressful home life, violence, domestic abuse, a relationship breakup and more are definitely reasons to feel sad. If you have experienced any of these circumstances, it is important to realize that this indeed might be adding to your daily depression. You can get support while you work your way through these situation and break free from the darkness once and for all.
Loss of Motivation
Sometimes we feel like we have no purpose in life. This negative thought might occur if you’re feeling stuck in your job, if you are bored with your daily routine or if you have no passion for anything. Why not find a new job, go back to school, try a new hobby or join a gym and see how you feel then. Many people feel newly motivated and energized when they start new projects, careers, start exercising or try anything that presents a new challenge. Escape the daily routine and mix it up a bit! Your blues most likely will fade in time.
Many people feel lonely at some time or another. This is natural. If you have been single for quite some time, it might be time to break into the dating world again. If being lonely is bringing you down, join social, business or exercise groups and make some new friends. While it might seem daunting and scary, give yourself a little nudge. Usually, when we are distracted or with others, we have little time to fall into dark feelings of sadness. Keep busy.
While these are only a few reasons why you may feel sad, there are numerous other reasons to look into. Talk to a health practitioner, take some time to sit with your feelings, allow yourself to cry if needed and just be. There is one positive aspect that sticks out with sadness versus clinical depression; give it time and it will pass.
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