Sunday Depression I

welcome back! i was thinking a long time about what i’m going to write in my first proper blog post. and then i thought it would be a good idea if i will write about one of my biggest problems because as i told you this blog is going to be also about my problems and i didn’t want to start here with something so superficial like for example make up…

now you all want to know what my problem is, right? first of all i want to tell you that i haven’t found a solution for this yet and i’m still looking for it. so this is just something where i’ll need your advice and i think i will find some people out there that feel the same. and i really don’t want sympathy or something i just want to tell how i feel and where i can do it better than in the internet.

my problem is my self-confidence and that includes also my feeling of self-worth. i know that sounds very depressed but aren’t we all sad sometimes? i want to describe what i exactly mean. it’s just the thing that i don’t like myself. we’re always told that we have to love ourselves to be loved but really i can’t… first of all i hate my face sometimes (not that often) and i hate how i talk. someday i’m so annoyed of myself that i could cry. but besides that i think the worst problem is, as i told, my self-confidence. when i have to have a speech in front of class i’m so terribly nervous and i really want to run away. i think we all know that, aren’t we? but i really don’t know how to improve my feelings about myself. i put so much pressure on me and my self-doubt is getting bigger and bigger. i admire those people who are self-confident and those who stand up for themselves. if you’re reading this and think ‘oh lord what a pitiful girl’ you’re possibly right. but there are days where i feel so great and i could kiss everyone and then there are days where i want to bite. i think it’s my sunday depression.

well if you feel the same or if you just have some tips for people like me leave them in the comments please Xx

ps: as a last note for yourself: s m i l e ๐Ÿ™ˆ

Pursuit of Happiness

by Vernon Waring

The waitress doesn’t smile
The cabbie doesn’t speak
The salesman is all business
(This hasn’t been his week)

The boss is rude and angry
He drives us all to tears
The barber flails his scissors
And almost cuts my ears

This band of moaners and groaners
Is no treat for a happiness glutton
The only grin I’ve seen all week
Was on a “SMILE” button


18 thoughts on “Sunday Depression I

  1. I’m glad you posted this post when you did because I am finding I feel really depressed and sad in the afternoon I don’t know why but I just do. I find destructions help me so if there is a fixed time when you feel depressed then use that and say OK so I don’t feel great then distract yourself meet up with friend on that particular time so you have less time to think about how bad you feel. Basically track down the time you feel bad and then in that time do something you love be it reading, watching TV, playing ect

    Hope this helped!!

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  2. Thank you for visiting my site. I couldn’t help but respond to your post on depression. Although it has been many, many, many years since I was a teen I remember feeling similarly and I wanted to validate your feelings and at the risk of sounding “adult” I wanted to share the following observation in the hope that it might give you another perspective to think about in your search for comfort in your own skin:
    “You are unique. There is no one else like you in the entire universe. In honor of your unique self, it is good to acknowledge and embrace the special qualities that make you the person that you are. One way to do this is to not compare yourself with other people.

    It is human nature to want to see how we measure up in comparison to others โ€“ especially if we think that they are better than us or have more of something that we want. Yet the truth is that it is not a good use of time to compare ourselves with others because there is no one like us and this makes us incomparable. It is sometimes almost easier to look outside of ourselves and feel like we are deficient in comparison to other people rather than taking responsibility for our own progress in relation to the fulfillment of our life purpose. It actually takes more courage to be self-referential and look at ourselves to see whether we are measuring up to our standards or meeting our full potential. Each of us has very special gifts, and we are here for very specific reasons. We each have a life purpose to fulfill and with this come the lessons that we must learn and the circumstances that we must go through in order to evolve as spiritual beings. To compare our lives to other peopleโ€™s lives when we have no idea of what they are here to learn or fulfill doesnโ€™t benefit anyone โ€“ especially you.

    Instead, if we can accept ourselves, appreciate the special talents and qualities that we alone possess, and realize that each of us is going through certain kinds of experiences for a reason, we are less likely focus so much on what other people have or are doing. Realizing and valuing our uniqueness enables us to bring out the best in ourselves so we can get on with living rather than preoccupying ourselves with meaningless comparisons. Try to not compare yourself to others, and you will see how much you have and how special you are.”

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    1. thank you a lot for your comment! ๐ŸŒท
      i always try to not compare myself to others but it doesn’t work that well.. maybe i just have to grow up and learn how to kind of see my talents.
      but your answer helped me so much! Thank you!!


  3. I feel the same way too. I feel like I am not wanted. I feel like I am not fitted in this kind of society. I also hated my face sometimes and the way I talk. But, I overcome this because I believe that I am unique in my own way and God made me perfect in my own way and you should also think that. You should love yourself because it is you. You are not being hypocrite to yourself. We are unique in our own ways! ๐Ÿ™‚ hope i help you…

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    1. that’s so good that you learned to like yourself now! That’s the way it has to be! I’m trying to think like that too ๐Ÿ˜Š
      thank you for your nice comment ๐Ÿ’•


      1. you are welcome. i am happy to help you… I’ve learned that you are new here (me too). so if you need help, we, fellow bloggers, are here for you. WELCOME TO THE AMAZING BLOGGING WORLD!!!

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  4. This is so true and exactly how I’ve been feeling over the past year! But recently I’ve realised that I am ‘fearfully and wonderfully made’ and God loves the way I am so much โ˜บ๏ธ I am still really unconfident and hate standing up in class and things like that, and often I look at myself and don’t like what I see, but remember that God and everyone who loves you thinks you are beautiful and perfect! โ˜บ๏ธโ˜บ๏ธโค๏ธโค๏ธxxx

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  5. Girlie there are bad days & there are good days but what you need to understand is that you are not alone. Every person you meet has some or the other problem. So my advice to you is to be strong & be the girl everyone craves to be cause that’s what my dad told me when I was going through a bad phase!
    Much love,
    Aakanksha ๐Ÿ™‚

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  6. Hi again Lea, this time about your post Sunday Depression. Really the topic could become too long for a simple comment, but I would like to give you some thoughts: the feel as you have on sundays is usual in a part of the population. Maybe people who are suffering a hard week, although they not work or study, idealize the weekend and the this day of the week can become the final exam of the week or sometimes the day to prove that there is nothing special at the end after some ilusions.
    But we don’t must dramatize because is only the transition between any cycle of time. I felt the same that you, since long time ago, and I have dragged this sensation, almost till now. Don’t give more importance, I know it is difficault for our perception, but you merely can admit the particularity of this day or to make something if you want ‘less bad’ and you simply can reserve or move your illusions, fun or rest to another day of a same week. You have some margin to deal your activities.
    I’m sorry now I’ve not time to continue. Greetings from Sketchuniverse.

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    1. Thank you for your comment! ๐Ÿ˜Š Yes sunday is the last day of the week where i have really too much time to think about stuff that makes me sad or something.. I don’t know we should all make sunday a funday where we do things with people we love so it’s a nice day where you don’t have to work โœŠ๐Ÿผ
      Greetings back Xx


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