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Does the weather have anything to do with your mood?
No, it's only you who have control over your feelings, no one ore notthing else, how your mood manifests itself depends upon how you choose it do so.
true MickS, but would you also not say that the chemicals ( say for example vitamin D , is related to sunshine,and hence people in Scandinavia are more likely to be depressed than other people, or for example depression and some other difficulties that people go through ( i don't like using the word disorder, makes it sound like Only these people are having issues in life and that others are just fine).
i love what you say (truly do)and i have worked very hard on myself and my feelings. but this has also led me to realize that one need be gentle on oneself when one is having a difficult time. and likewise for others as well ( goes without saying ,but often needs to be said).
it is scientifically proved that the amount of sun light you get is directly proporcional to your level of happiness. simply because the sun influences chemicals in your brain that produce the feeling of happiness. that's the explanation for the highest suicide rates in finland during the winter for example because they don't get sunlight and the lowest suicide rates being in countries that are mostly sunny. so yes, ofc, the weather influences our moods...
Yes..I think absolutely! Good pleasant weather makes you happy..and the sun makes you angry..its human logic!
by silverlungs4 years ago
Does the weather influence your mood?I always find that when it's sunny, I'm a much happier person and what not, and when it rains I'd rather spend the day in bed. I was wondering if any of you had similar experiences?
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