nnected from those around you.

Part of sadness comes from feeling as if you are on the outside looking in, as if there is a great big party going on “somewhere else” but you’re stuck where you are. But even at parties – how many people are really living in the moment and having a great time – and how many people are putting on the facade of having a good time? It’s one of the reasons why celebrations often revolve around alco…hol, drugs, religion, a TV show, shopping, gossip, politics, or some kind of ‘something’ that takes you away from noticing that underlying sadness that you and all all people feel in their darkest moments – those moments of feeling disconnected from those around you.”

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