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Stephanya

432d

why do I only feel partially ok when I'm listening to music?

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    • char_01

      429d

      try listening to 8d music with headphones type any song into youtube and search 8d audio at the end of the title it's so good

    • char_01

      429d

      try listening to 8d music with headphones type any song into youtube and search 8d audio at the end of the title it's so good

    • YGKIMO

      430d

      I get so lost in music. I’ll be blasting at full volume with earphones on, on the bus eyes closed and I’ll have someone tell me to turn it down. It’s a beautiful respite from pain.

    • Alyh

      430d

      I listen to music, it's very helpful. Did you know listening to music can actually turn into an addiction? That's what I have. An addition in music. I listen to it all the time it helps me escape and feel good. Maybe you need new music? Ir perhaps music isn't enough.

      • moocowmama

        430d

        @Alyh since using spotify, I HATE radio now. I never thought of it this way, but if music can be an addiction, I need a 12 song program!!

    • SerenaS

      430d

      It's a escape from reality. Listening to music in a car with the window open has lots of benefits and for the mood.

    • Gingeralamode

      431d

      Even happy music can make me sad especially if I am not happy so I get this a little too often

    • moocowmama

      431d

      I have found this new (to me) genre of music. From searches I've done, it falls under the "alternative" genre, but the words are understandable. As long as you are not offended by strong language, I highly suggest a song by Yonaka.... "seize the power". This is one of the many songs I've recently discovered that makes me feel like I can do anything. Same artist also does a song titled "clique" that I highly recommend. Have an empowering day!!!!!

    • arttheclownapologist

      431d

      i can literally hate myself so much but breakdance if im listening to music as if im not on the verge of death

    • Melissa28

      431d

      I feel exactly the same way. It's my escape from reality and my problems

    • SheepySheepp

      432d

      Sometimes it's easier to be told what to think and do rather than do it ourselves, in a positive way. It's easy to listen than it is to speak

    • Captain_Honey

      432d

      Music is able to pull you into a different world. That or it's something to focus on For me music helps me go into my own head and daydream. I also use music as a tool for studying sometimes

    • Gwen71

      432d

      I listen to music that I can relate to

    • Lucas.exe

      432d

      Usually when I listen to music I get more depressed.

    • IndyMonkee13647

      432d

      I’m a musician here. Music is my way to express myself and my passion (sadly one I’ve been losing). It really helps me a lot with my mental illness. I dissociate a lot and music tends to bring me back or make it at least not get worse. I feel like it’s because your mind is focusing so much on it instead of the stuff in your head or how you feel without it. Actually, one of my biggest stress relievers is sitting and playing my drums because I have to be very in tune with it all.

☝ This content is generated by our users and it is not a substitute for professional medical advice. Please consult with your physician before making any medical decision

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