Ever have one of those days…?

posted 3 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
Member
1779 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

@CocoClassic:  I definitely understand. I always try and ‘just keep swimming’ and it always gets better. I’m sorry you’re having a tough day *hugs*

Post # 4
Hostess
9919 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: May 2014

@CocoClassic:  I have those days – you’re sad, there’s no reason, but every tiny speck of you is sad and you just want to cry.  If it’s only one day – don’t worry, if it’s many days in the month that’s something to talk to a doctor about.  If it’s just today and you’re sad, do something to cheer yourself up, listen to some music and have a 30 second dance party (they can do wonders) I also find – at least in my case – eating something sweet like an apple or orange can help (I think sometimes I don’t eat enough and my blood sugar gets really low even though I don’t have any related illness).

But in the meantime, here’s a super cute puppy who might help 🙂

Post # 5
Member
752 posts
Busy bee

@CocoClassic:  That sucks.   🙁  I know that feeling…usually when it’s happened to me before it’s because I’m stressed out and am unaware of it, and the stress registers as sadness.  

You should take what I call a Mental Health Day – do something just for yourself, without thinking about wedding stuff or your job or anyone else..go shopping, go out and run in the beautiful weather, or just have a good cry and let it out. 

Best wishes, and take comfort knowing you’re not alone in feeling that way sometimes!  

Post # 6
Member
3735 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2014

@CocoClassic:  

Hi there. Yes, I’ve had those days. Just let those feelings come and do your best to “feel” them. They will pass. For me, I can usually point to hormones being the cause after the fact. However, sometimes it’s more than that. Whatever the reason, let the feelings wash over you, shed a tear or two and you will feel better. It’s ok to have a quiet day. Hang in there.

Post # 7
Member
3828 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

Oh yes.  But i suffer from depression and anxiety so they creep up more than often.  When i have had a full blown depressive episode i feel like that every day. Not fun. 

But now i just accept that we all have off days and we dont need to dwell on them. Its fine to give in a little, maybe watche a movie in bed alone or something. BUt not to fully give into that sad feeling.  

Its friday! Smile!

  • Why does a Moon-rock taste better than an Earth-rock?

    Because it’s a little meteor.

Post # 9
Member
3735 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2014

@CocoClassic:  I haven’t heard of it myself but I can be moody and emotional afterwards too. Us ladies are complex beings so I wouldn’t put anything past Mother Nature. Sometimes I really just need a good cry (release) and some quiet.

This will work out Coco.

Post # 10
Member
177 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: December 2015

@CocoClassic:  I suffer with A LOT of these days, but I suffer with some mental health issues, and self confidence issues etc. Something as little as someone looking me up and down (even if nothing is meant by it) can set me off and get me down for the whole day – my mind always thinks the worst!

Best thing I do to sort it is to eat something nice and healthy, and then go do some exercise! I always feel better for a good sweat haha. If I want to really push myself, I will go to the gym and use the rower. If I want to relax and concentrate on my breathing, I’ll go swimming. Nothing makes me happier than swimming!

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