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Rach23

808d

How do you deal with very low days out of nowhere?

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    • Sdawg66

      807d

      it depends on the day, some days i try to embrace my feelings and get them all out with sad music and reflection. other days i don’t let anything bother me, and i read, watch movies , exercise, or watch impractical jokers.

    • Benny_Dusk

      807d

      I’m going through that right now actually. It’s hard to see the light. My “mantra” is this too shall pass. Nothing is forever.

    • Sdawg66

      807d

      it depends on the day, some days i try to embrace my feelings and get them all out with sad music and reflection. other days i don’t let anything bother me, and i read, watch movies , exercise, or watch impractical jokers.

    • pink_platypus

      807d

      these days happen a lot for me, i normally watch something on tv whether it’s netflix or youtube or whatever it is. honestly i have to keep myself distracted so that i don’t get even more sad. always keep in mind that the sun will rise again the next day and you won’t be sad forever 🤗🥰

    • breadthief

      807d

      I often go on YouTube and watch content I haven’t watched in years. It keeps me distracted and sometimes I find myself fallen down a nostalgia rabbit hole. Or even listening to old music you haven’t heard recently, music that takes you back to childhood

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