I've been feeling down

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e u p h o r i a
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Hi. I’m not exactly asking for advice, i just want someone to listen. I’ve been feeling down lately. I feel like living just isn’t necessary. My parents are divorced and COVID 19 has been terrible. My emotions are a mess. When my mum asks if I’m ok, i just say yes. But in reality I’m not. I want to scream, yell and rant about every single negative thing in my life. But i can’t do that otherwise my family will also feel down. Any advice or suggestions?
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replace your negative thoughts with positive ones
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(Original post by e u p h o r i a)
Hi. I’m not exactly asking for advice, i just want someone to listen. I’ve been feeling down lately. I feel like living just isn’t necessary. My parents are divorced and COVID 19 has been terrible. My emotions are a mess. When my mum asks if I’m ok, i just say yes. But in reality I’m not. I want to scream, yell and rant about every single negative thing in my life. But i can’t do that otherwise my family will also feel down. Any advice or suggestions?
Feeling down is temporary. Things will get better.
I think that staying indoors a lot of the time due to COVID is a reason why.
You should try going outside for a walk, or talk to friends etc. (Those always cheer me up)
Also, don't pity yourself, or wonder how bad your life is. Instead, think about all the wonderful things you may do in the future e.g. create a travelling list or something.

I too have points where I feel really down and depressed (post-depression phase I believe).

Hope for the best
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It's okay to feel down. I've been feeling the same way too. It makes sense in your situation.
I don't really have much advice other than to just accept it. The world is a *****y place right now and we will all be feeling down.
If possible, experiment and try to see if something makes you feel better. If that doesn't work then consider seeking professional help.
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Scream into your pillow at night and act like you don't care during the day. This helps with your mental health.
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