Day 1758: When do you feel sad?

Yesterday, when I was feeling sad, I noticed this:

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When do you feel sad?

I feel sad when

  • I’m missing people,
  • I witness injustice,
  • other people are sad,
  • the days turn dark and cold, and
  • I can’t remember things, like other times I feel sad.

When I  feel sad, I

  • cry,
  • share it,
  • take photos to cheer myself up,

 

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  • and express gratitude.

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27 thoughts on “Day 1758: When do you feel sad?

  1. When I witness meanness.
    When I have to leave familiar things behind.
    When someone is hurt.

  2. It’s OK to feel sad, I’ve been told, Ann.

  3. I try not to feel sad, I’m more inclined to be emotional and cry a lot, because the situation overwhelms my heart, not with sadness, more like an oozing of compassion, and heart-felt memories

  4. I try to share it

  5. My sad face—–>.(。•́︿•̀。)

  6. Your photos always cheer me up. (Although some photos of Harley perched over a stairwell speed up my heart a bit.)

    I hope you do not feel sad today.

  7. I feel sad when someone I love is no longer themselves, whether through illness, addiction, or some other circumstance.

  8. I feel sad the same way you feel sad. I think, reading other responses, that we all are sad with the state of the world..or our own health…now and then. What makes me smile is you sharing your thoughts and feelings!

  9. Sometimes when I feel sad I remember the words of Oscar Wilde who said, “One must have a heart of stone to read the death of little Nell without laughing.”

  10. I’m sorry to hear you were feeling sad Ann. I’m sad when my friends are sad

  11. I hope you feel better having shared and taken photos. I pretty much feel sad for the same reasons you do.

  12. Being sad is part of life and that’s absolutely fine. Well liked your ways to overcome it Ann🤠.

  13. mayurijibhe

    It’s okay to feel as, you’re human!

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