By Jessie Schirrick Posted February 14, 2012
Sadness happens to everybody at least once in a while; it’s a part of life. Plenty of small things are capable of making you sad, but you can’t let those things take over your life, you’ll just dig yourself deeper into depression.
People that walk around with a pout on their face all day are no fun to be around, especially when those people really have no valid reason to hate their lives. Sulking and silence come hand-in-hand, and who wants to be around a sad, quiet person at all?
Along with sadness will most likely come cries for attention such as spontaneous sobbing, public meltdowns, aggressive body language, etc. This only makes it worse because these actions make the person look pathetic and desperate.
If extended sadness happens, the loss of friends is soon to follow. Usually, people want to make friends with fun people, people that are good to be around and make you happy. How can a sad person be any of these things, when they are sad and don’t know how to make themselves feel okay. Next thing you know, you aren’t only sad, but you’re also lonely.
So maybe you’re having a bad day, which will happen, but don’t let it turn you into a bitter person.