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    Olivia Sanders

    How to Escape From an Unhappy Limbo of Sadness

    Are You Living in an Unhappy Limbo of Sadness?

    The feeling of sadness can be a deep and pervasive emotion that can be brought about by a number of life circumstances. You may feel as if you're living in a limbo of sadness – an emotional depression so deep that you don't know how to climb out or find the joy that comes from living a fulfilling life. If you find yourself in this place, don't be discouraged. Everyone experiences periods of feeling "down," and these feelings are perfectly normal and manageable. It's important to acknowledge and validate your feelings while taking the steps necessary to create happiness in your life.

    Start by recognizing that it is not healthy to ignore your emotions. It is likely that your sadness is rooted in something much deeper than a recent "bad day" or circumstance. On the surface, this deeper sadness may stem from the loss of a loved one, a career, a marriage, home, or other life event. But underneath, the true cause of your sadness may be the lack of nourishment and satisfaction in your life.

    You should not try to suppress or completely suppress your feelings of sadness – your only option is to explore them. Take some time to sit with your feelings and begin to understand what has caused them. Be open and honest with yourself about why you're unhappy, and ask yourself what you need in order to make a change. This could include anything from professional help from a counsellor, to joining a running group, to engaging in activities that bring you joy like painting or playing music.

    Once you've identified what you need, start to implement changes to allow for more positivity in your life. This could mean setting up a weekly therapy appointment, engaging in physical activities that bring you joy, or creating opportunities for yourself to express your creativity. Whatever works best for you, take the necessary steps to prioritize your mental and emotional health.

    It may also be beneficial to identify ways to help others and give back to the community. Consider volunteering your time or skills to a local cause, or simply being a helping hand when friends or family require assistance. Giving back can offer you a sense of purpose and can have tremendous psychological benefits.

    Finally, make sure you're allowing yourself to express your feelings in a healthy manner. This can involve talking to a close friend, getting creative with a hobby, or even just having a good cry when needed. Admitting that you're feeling sad can be difficult, but it's a sign of strength and will help you get to the root of the issue.

    Right now, you may feel as if there's no end in sight and you'll never crawl out of this dark place. But with adequate self-care and practice, you can begin to feel more satisfied and fulfilled in your life again. Remember, your true happiness comes from within, so take the steps necessary to nourish it and give it the attention it deserves.

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