The Many Joys of Feeling Blue

The New York Times

We are constantly searching for happiness and the next best new thing that will give us joy. It is hard to be alone, and this is especially true in America and other Western nations. All this searching can become tiring and even a downer, causing us to feel melancholy. But do we ever take time to experience and reflect on these feelings, or are we too afraid from our deeper emotions, and immediately run away to the next best distraction. Or is OK to feel lonely and blue? Self-reflection can bring about deeper understanding, new energy, and motivation for realistic change and self-improvement. The thought-provoking article by Laren Stover examines the lost art of feeling blue and joys that melancholy can provide. If you read this article it just may make you happier.

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Mario Canki

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