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    DON'T WORRY, BE SAD,........:)

    Don't Worry, Be Sad
    Sadness isn't always bad. In fact, it serves as a vital emotion that can inform and enrich every aspect of our lives.

    Sometimes in our pursuit of happiness, we forget that melancholy forms a valid and important part of our emotional spectrum. In fact, it's a necessary part of growth and of life. How could one be considered "alive" -- much less sensitive, honest, and intelligent -- without responding to the often cruel and confusing world we live in with some sorrow.

    So rather than try to pretend that sad feelings don't exist, learn to recognize, honor, and even celebrate your blue emotions.

    Try these tips for giving your sad feelings their due:


    Grant yourself permission to be sad. Denying blue feelings will only force them underground (where they can do some real damage). Deal with them honestly in the full light so you can get a grip on what they are and what they mean.


    Have a blues day. Schedule a day or evening just to be alone, listen to pensive music, and to catalog your thoughts and feelings. Knowing that you've got a whole day to be unhappy can be satisfying and even strangely uplifting.


    Give sadness a name. Can you identify the cause of your sad feelings? Are they tied to a personal loss or another unhappy event? Get to the bottom of your feelings. And give it time -- don't rush yourself into a false explanation. (A therapist can, of course, be a big help in this process.)


    Think of unhappy feelings as growing pains for adults. They may be signs of some impending changes you need to make in your life. Honor the signals you're sending yourself and take the course of behavior they are guiding you toward.


    Know when sadness turns into depression. Sadness is one thing; depression is another -- and a potentially damaging and dangerous thing, at that. Signs that you're experiencing clinical depression rather than just a bout of the blues include changes in appetite or weight, disrupted sleep patterns, thoughts of death and suicide, loss of interest in beloved activities, and feelings of intense lethargy. If you're experiencing these or other symptoms of depression, immediately seek out a qualified therapist to help you work through your painful feelings.
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    A Faith that cannot survive collision with the truth is not worth many regrets.

    #2
    Hey Tariq bhai, you wouldn't by any chance happen to be Oprah's PR man???????????

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      #3
      I think its difficult to be sad when you have nothing to worry about.

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        #4
        Old Monk and Legandra_Miss,
        Thanx for coming and sharing your views,...
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        A Faith that cannot survive collision with the truth is not worth many regrets.

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          #5
          There is a saying
          one can't understand the nature of happiness until he has known Sorrow

          I find it is true!!!

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          When the Lion is Dead, Every Assthinks it can Kick it!!!!

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