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Always feeling sad

Discussion in 'General Support and Advice' started by cuteboyever, Jul 17, 2017.

  1. cuteboyever

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    Hello Members,

    I would like to share with you about something that is bothering me.

    I always tend to feel sad. I feel like there's this dark cloud of sadness in my mind.

    I feel like my life is very worthless. I just graduated with a degree but with bad grades. Most of my peers who have graduated have managed to find a job and it's very tough for me.

    I feel like a useless person. It's like I don't have anything to look forward to in life. I feel that I have wasted my childhood and teenage years.

    I used to enjoy my birthday until 25 years old. I would personally buy a cake and cut it with my family. After 25 years old, I have stopped buying cake for my birthday. I just lost interest in celebrating my birthday. I'm sharing this incident to show how I'm starting to lose interest in my happiness in life.

    I would like to seek your advice on how I can overcome this feeling of sadness and get rid of it.
     
  2. Myclosetisfull

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    Get a professional therapist. As much as I wish something like a thankfulness list every day would actually work, they just don't cut it when you are suffering through life.
     
  3. cuteboyever

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    Thanks for your reply Myclosetisfull. I'll try to seek a therapist's help.