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I heard there is a grandmother whose 23. How can that be? Sad

I heard there is a grandmother whose 23. How can that be? Sad

Gramma: One possibility is that grandmother adopted a female who already had kids. :). ...Read more

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Why we are sad?

Sad: I feel everyone can be sad from time to time and this is a normal phenomenon. If you feel this is long lasting or happens frequently then you may need to evaluate your life to see what is causing your sadness. If you cannot determine this, then you may need to go to your doctors to receive a comprehensive evaluation. ...Read more

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Why am I always sad ?

Why am I always sad ?

Sadness: I don't know. A certain amount of angst can come with being a teenager. But if you find that your level of sadness is really interfering with your quality of life or your productivity then I would let your parents know. Evaluation by a psychiatrist, psychologist or even a school counselor may help to shed more light on this. Take care. ...Read more

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So sad all the time, help please?

Depression: If you are sad all the time there is likely something in your life that is troubling you that is unresolved. Seek a mental health professional who can help you uncover the root of your sadness and help develop better ways of coping. It is likely that you can be helped. Best. ...Read more

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Are there beds that can help sad?

Are there beds that can help sad?

SAD Therapy: Treatment for seasonal affective disorder may include light therapy, medications and psychotherapy. If you have bipolar disorder, your doctor will be careful when prescribing light therapy or an antidepressant. Both treatments can potentially trigger a manic episode. ...Read more

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How can I not feel empty and sad?

How can I not feel empty and sad?

CBT/antidepressant: See your doctor for CBT, antidepressant med.....if needed ...Read more

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I'm constantly sad. What can I do?

I'm constantly sad. What can I do?

See your doctor.: Constantly feeling sad is one symptom of depression. You should be evaluated by your primary care physician or psychiatrist for proper diagnosis and treatment. Other symptoms of depression include lack of interest in activities you previously enjoyed, changes in sleep, difficulty concentrating, feeling guilty/worthless, suicidal thoughts, and lack of motivation and energy. ...Read more

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What should I do to stop being so sad?

What should I do to stop being so sad?

Make some changes.: Talk about feelings ; address problems. Don't avoid them. Aim for 7.5 - 8 hours of sleep/ night. Daily physical activity is optimal in a green space. Eat healthfully. Cut out junk carbs, caffeine ; alcohol (or moderate). Try qi gong, tai chi, acupuncture, acupressure, homeopathy, meditation, yoga, exercise program, deep breathing exercises or progressive muscle relaxation. Volunteer. ...Read more

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Why am I always sad & changed on moods?

Why am I always sad & changed on moods?

Don't know: Without knowing you - that would be hard to know. If you have marked changes in mood & energy level or feel despair- would recommend evaluation by a psychiatrist of psychologist. ...Read more

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Why could cause me to get so sad easily?

Why could cause me to get so sad easily?

Sad: You may be very sensitive and also there may be things in your life you have never resolved. See a clinical psychologist who can help you uncover the root of your problems and can also help you develop better ways of coping. Read the free updated articles on depression on the sounmdmindz.Org website for ongoing support and education. Best. ...Read more

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