A reader posed this question and I have some suggestions to help them out. Question:
Why am I always sad and can't seem to pull out of it?
First and foremost, if things start looking too bleak, please call the national suicide prevention hotline: 800-273-8255.
Secondly, please contact somebody for your mental health. It can be a counselor for talk therapy, a doctor for medication, or both.
I know many people don't like the idea of taking medication to feel bet
At one point, you love candle making. Then later, you're into creative writing. Shouldn't you just stick to one thing and perfect it?! Um. No. I am a Jackie of all trades, and I spent years feeling embarrassed and shameful about that. No, not years. Decades.
I didn't have "sticktoitiveness", as one influntial person in my life once told me. I would always be on to the next thing, not giving the first thing enough time to flourish. That made me feel bad.
I don't know