Im sad all the time...?

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Answer #1 | 22/12 2013 23:47
You change this habit you can go outside for fresh your body any activity you can play the football that you can use this.
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Answer #2 | 22/12 2013 23:56
Go back to church this Christmas, and keep going each week, even if you have to go without your family. God does care about you, and hasn't forgotten you. He hates divorce, but is merciful. Try to forgive your parents for not making it work, and try to forgive your sister.
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Answer #3 | 23/12 2013 00:22
you'll be alright.
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Answer #4 | 23/12 2013 07:24
Humans take birth on earth plane to settle his/her give-and-take account with others and to exhaust his/her destiny or undergo his/her merits and demerits. If you only have interest in worldly life you will trap in this great illusion for many births to come. You have to progress in both worldly and spiritually, then only you can lead a happy and peaceful life. Include spirituality into your life and lead life as per spirituality to be a happy and content human now. To lead a happy life, just chant the name of the god according to the religion of birth, go here Start spiritual practice immediately ASAP for leading better life in future. Take care to chant, chanting will take care of you. Said by -- H.H. Bhaktaraj Maharaj By continues chanting we get spiritual energy to overcome our harsh destiny and bad times.
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Answer #5 | 23/12 2013 10:00
I agree with Jeanie's answer that you need to seek out an adult who you can trust. Perhaps a school nurse or trusted teacher or doctor or minister. You need to find a group you can fall in with to be your support structure. The church is on answer but not the only one. It might be a sports team or a club at school. You are not alone Valerie. More people than you think go through a rough time in childhood and become great adults, strengthened by their experience. Find someone to talk with and know there is a future no matter how dark the times are now.
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Answer #6 | 22/12 2013 23:55
You're obviously depressed, and understandably so. Your family which used to be so happy is now broken apart because your parents have divorced. But I can tell you from experience that other families have gone through that same thing and even though the pain was excruciating, there was a light at the end of the tunnel -- things did get better after a time. What you need to do right now is find an adult whom you trust and ask him/her to help you. There are many ways to conquer depression -- being busy is one of them. Find a goal for yourself -- learning a new skill [gymnastics, for example], and practice it faithfully every day. If you have musical skill, learn how to play the piano [ask one of your teachers to recommend a music teacher for you]. Then start helping around the house. If you live with your mother, look for ways to help her with housework, or with making dinner, or doing the dusting, or anything she could use a little help with. Then the main thing is to start going to church. I mean this. It really lifts your spirits to start being FAITHFUL in church attendance -- whatever denomination you are, it always helps. Then you can pray, and you can have your pastor pray with you and for you. It's amazing how when we turn our problems over to God, He does, really, help us. If you stay BUSY, LEARN a SKILL, and be ACTIVE in CHURCH [you'll soon find out there are lots of people who have worse problems than you do, so you can help them by encouraging them!]. Hopefully you can also start looking for ways to help your mother [she's going through just as much pain as you are,maybe more, because she has to worry about finding enough money to support the family on her own now]. Helping OTHERS is the best way to actually get your mind off your troubles. Soon you'll be another year older, will have another year of school behind you, and when you look back you'll see -- wow! this really was bad, but I was STRONG, and I SURVIVED!
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