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Have you ever feel like that.
Nowadays this thought is fully accompnied with me.
This feeling is leading me down.
I could be wrong but something is not right with me.
Suggest you make an appointment with your GP in the first instance.
"GP" often refers to "General Practitioner", meaning your family doctor. With a wife who suffers from many ailments both physical and mental, though, I haven't seen a lot of help for "gloomy thoughts" coming from the average medical doctor--sure, sometimes a pill, a Paxil or Valium or Effexor, but not much that actually addresses the cause.
Which can be pretty much anything. From the time I was a preteen child, I remember working (mentally) to develop ways to deal with my own mood swings (which were legendary). By focusing first on WHAT might have caused it (an event where I failed or a schoolmate dissed me, whatever), I was then able to (over time) pin down ways to get rid of the negative emotion.
People who don't tackle this sort of thing until they're older, though, have--it seems to me--a much harder time of it.
I wish you luck.
sometimes i feel lonely... i know how you feel
Everybody feels down sometimes. It's part of life. Just work your way through it - and like Ms Chievous said, hope you're feeling better now.
Gloomy thoughts are common during the winter when we don't get enough sunlight. A visit to your family doc would be the best but if you don't feel that is necessary then do something to change your gloom. Exercise is the best thing for the Gloomies. Exercise releases endorphines which make us happy! Also fish oil or 5 http are otc mood enhancers. I have taken fish oil before and think it has marvelous benefits. 5http I have just started taking so I will let you know later in a hub!
Keep yourself busy. Maybe a night out with friends will cure you!
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