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    I'll start...
    1. Watch a stand-up dvd
    2. Listen to positive music and have a dance, sometimes in the shower
    3. Have a chat with someone and try to empathize with their feelings
    4. Have a w***
    5. Go for a walk and notice as many colours as possible
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    1. daydream of cuddling with someone :love:

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    1. Listen to David Bowie. Even in my worst moods, he'll get me out of them of course, that may only be me.
    2. Go outside and exercise.
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    Go to the gym/ go for a run in the great outdoors/ read a book/ watch a comedy
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    Perform countless sexual acts with your partner untill depression, among other things, is relieved.



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    Music. Music. Music.
    Beer. Beer. Beer.
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    ten minutes rest with a cuppa tea normally gets me over the depressed feeling if not watching a good movie/book or having bath helps.
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    One direction- what makes you beautiful
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    (Original post by funsize17)
    One direction- what makes you beautiful
    One direction would make me more depressed
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    (Original post by omgpaulthompson)
    One direction would make me more depressed
    hate myself a little bit just for liking that song hahahaha
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    (Original post by deltabomber)
    I'll start...
    1. Watch a stand-up dvd
    2. Listen to positive music and have a dance, sometimes in the shower
    3. Have a chat with someone and try to empathize with their feelings
    4. Have a w***
    5. Go for a walk and notice as many colours women as possible
    this
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    "I'm mad as hell, and I'm not going to take this anymore!"
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    When I get sad I stop being sad and be awesome instead. True story.
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    (Original post by JordanR)
    When I get sad I stop being sad and be awesome instead. True story.
    Legend.....wait for it.... I hope your not lactose intolerant because the next word is... dary!

    Umm... I guess I would listen to music (Alkaline Trio being my choice for when you are pissed off with the world), talk to mates, play a video game (GTA is good for getting any frustration out).
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    (Original post by JordanR)
    When I get sad I stop being sad and be awesome instead. True story.
    (Original post by bullettheory)
    Legend.....wait for it.... I hope your not lactose intolerant because the next word is... dary!

    This made me laugh so much! I may have to go watch some himym episodes again now

    My methods for getting over depressed feelings:
    1) Play lots of sad music and have a good cry to it.
    2) Watch an old Disney classic to cheer myself up again.
    3) Talk to my long distance boyfriend, or play a random online game with him.
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    (Original post by Accalia)
    1. Listen to David Bowie. Even in my worst moods, he'll get me out of them of course, that may only be me.
    I legitimately and honestly love you.

    If you're reading this and you are yet to develop a David Bowie habit, people of TSR, do so. He seriously changed my life (cliché but true), he's a musical genius, he has something in basically every style (not just glam rock as people assume) and he's also a lovely, genuinely talented person. He is also deeply beautiful.

    A lot of his music is quite sad, though, if you listen to the themes/lyrics! Myself and a friend were having this exact discussion about an hour ago, and the only albums we can think of with no sad themes are Pinups (hardly surprising) and Young Americans...

    Aside from David Bowie, exercise also works a treat. I also enjoy cooking.
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    Vodka.
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    In all seriousness, I find that listening to music can be very cathartic. Playing music can have the same effect.

    Escapism with some good literature or a good game is always good, too.

    (Original post by TheQuietOne)
    This made me laugh so much! I may have to go watch some himym episodes again now

    My methods for getting over depressed feelings:
    1) Play lots of sad music and have a good cry to it.
    2) Watch an old Disney classic to cheer myself up again.
    3) Talk to my long distance boyfriend, or play a random online game with him.
    It seems someone didn't get the reference in my post though.

    Oh, and yes, it's a great time to start watching it again. Season 7 has started.


    (Original post by kerily)
    I legitimately and honestly love you.

    If you're reading this and you are yet to develop a David Bowie habit, people of TSR, do so. He seriously changed my life (cliché but true), he's a musical genius, he has something in basically every style (not just glam rock as people assume) and he's also a lovely, genuinely talented person. He is also deeply beautiful.

    A lot of his music is quite sad, though, if you listen to the themes/lyrics! Myself and a friend were having this exact discussion about an hour ago, and the only albums we can think of with no sad themes are Pinups (hardly surprising) and Young Americans...

    Aside from David Bowie, exercise also works a treat. I also enjoy cooking.
    I prefer him as a writer than I do a vocalist/performer. Life on Mars is one of my favourite songs, though. I also love Moonage Daydream and Starman.
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    (Original post by JordanR)
    It seems someone didn't get the reference in my post though.

    Oh, and yes, it's a great time to start watching it again. Season 7 has started.
    Oh my gosh I didn't know there was a new season! Thanks for telling me !
 
 
 
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