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What do you do when you feel down?


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I pick some good music and chill.

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Gym, boxing, swimming, etc. Basically just doing something physical helps me get it out of my system pretty quickly.
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I just wallow in it for a while and try to do something distracting like watching TV or playing games. Anything to numb my mind.


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Go out for a drink with some friends and talk [cabbage] for a few hours. Always cheers me up.

And if no-one is free to do that, I'll fire on some music (Tom Waits/Andrew Jackson Jihad and Nils Lofgren amongst others. Basically softer, acoustic-ey music that helps me relax).
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I get on with life, because no-one ever achieved anything wallowing in self-pity.

Well that applies for most trivial matters anyway. If we're talking down as in a family member's just died then obviously I take that more seriously.

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• Listen to my favorite music
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I just wallow in it for a while and try to do something distracting like watching TV or playing games. Anything to numb my mind.

this

then this

I realize my life is freaking perfect compared to 99% of the world and get over myself.


but i'm rarely feeling down lately... and when I do, there's usually someone there to help me get through it [i.e. remind me my life is awesome].
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Generally I listen to music that I know I like and turn it up kind of loud. I especially do this when I'm driving home from school but feel craptastic; turn up the bass and volume and it's just mindless pointlessness that makes me happy, I guess.

Otherwise I go play guitar hero for like an hour and it gets all the meh ness out of my system. Sleep is always good too.

I am actually on an anti-depressant, and I think if you think you might be better off with one, go talk to your doctor about it and see how they feel about it; you can always try it and then if it doesn't work, try something else. [there's no reason to feel crappy if you don't have to is my philosophy.]

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If I'm angry, I let it out (punching bag).

If I'm sad, I will do either of two things:
1. Put on some chilled music (I find that my ability to listen to d'n'b etc is very impaired when I'm in this state), or just calm/sad music. If I need to cry, then I'll let it out and feel better after.
2. Speak to my best friend. Don't really like doing it, but we look after each other, and it's always nice to know someone is there for you (besids your parents & family).

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My problem is that I don't have many people to talk to, which causes a problem within itself, but then I can't talk to anybody about my problem, all resulting in a vicious cycle of unhappiness.
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If a lack of friends is what's getting you down then join a voluntary organisation. Doing something you feel is socially 'good' will provide its own happiness (apparently just as much as we would gain from suddenly doubling our income) and it's a chance to develop social skills and make new friendships with people there.

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I listen to Joy Division. After a while of doing that then I'll watch a feel good movie like Enchanted or Stardust. Then if I am still sad I just stop being sad and be awesome instead, like a few other people have said.
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Nobody has mentioned eating?

When I feel unhappy I fry myself up 3-4 eggs, some homefries with bacon, and some heavily buttered toast. Wash it down with a cup of coffee. My favorite meal <3
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Well, as borderline crazy as this sounds, when I'm mad the voice in my head tell me to snap out of it.

Like, a little cynical version of me pops up and basically points out why I shouldn't be mad at this person/situation and won't shut up until I give up and become happy again out of sheer frustration.
Mind, this isn't a multiple personality disorder or anything, I don't think. It's more of a "you'll tell yourself to get over yourself through arguments with yourself".

The only difference between Hitler and the man next door who comes home and beats his kids every day is circumstance. The intent is the same-- to harm others.

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