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    Definition Of Sadness

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    Much like most people, I have experienced a lot of sadness in my lifetime. For me, however, I feel like I end up sad more than 5 times a week. Sadness to me is being heartbroken, betrayed, and disappointed. It can also come when you have lost someone or something that means so much to you. One significant experience I have had, was when my heart was broken. I had been dating someone that I had liked since middle school and had been dating for more than 6 months. When one night we got into an argument

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    your family not very often. With aging brings more family time for old players and can help unify relationships severed by the long distance traveling and the constant moving to new cities. Lastly, why do I agree with Housman that aging brings sadness to an athlete? Looking at Lines 16-20 of, “To an Athlete Dying Young,” we see Housman’s idea of a dying athlete. “Now you will not swell the rout of lads that wore their honors out, runners whom renown outran and the name died before the man.” This

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    limited to, fatigue, muscle aches headaches, etc. Though sadness can also cause an individual to feel these symptoms, sadness is temporary. Whereas depression, lingers and tends to become part of the patient’s everyday life, like a best friend. Though everyone at some point in their lives will experience sadness, the underlying question of why some people experience sadness that leads into full on depression remains. The article titled “Sadness, Depression, and Avoidance Behavior” by Allan M. Leventhal

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    “I do believe that if you haven’t learnt about sadness, you cannot appreciate happiness.” -Nana Mouskouri. Nana Mouskouri came up with this quote during her singing career, when a fan asked her how she came to be such an amazing singer. Nana Mouskouri mentioned that she had a lot of rough patches along the way with managers dropping her, but in the end, she ended up on top. In other words, it will be easier to appreciate the good times if you’ve already been through bad times. This quote is appealing

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    Satirical Sadness

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    Satirical Sadness from Robert Graves Robert Graves is an author who was well known throughout his time for more than just war literature. He served in the military, where he met and befriended other notable poets such as Siegfried Sassoon and Wilfred Owens. Graves continued to write poetry even after his time being in the war but his war poetry is remembered today especially when referencing the first world war. “ It’s a Queer Time” by Robert Graves is an alluring poem filled with equal parts sadness

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    emotions. Joy has been always glowing and was responsible for making her happy. Sadness was dark and always had a sad face, she was the opposite of joy and was always sad about everything. Anger always had a bad temper. Disgust was always picky since she was a kid, she has always refused to eat vegetables. Fear was the last one of the five who worked in the headquarters. Riley’s first day of school was going good until sadness touched a joyful memory of her playing hockey until she became emotional and

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    Chartier Road Sadness

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    Sadness on Chartier Road I heard my dog scratching at the door. So I got up and said do you have to go to the bathroom. Then he barked and I let him outside. Then I see him bolt to the road. And I shout Hank come back. Then I heard a loud yelp. So I sprint outside to see a lady holding my dog with a towel. Then she handed him to me and said I am so sorry. So I pick up Hank and then feel him stop breathing. I thought my heart collapsed. I bursted with tears crying from how much I loved him. And I

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    A human developmentalist, by the name of John Bradshaw once said, “Since the earliest period of our life was preverbal, everything depended on emotional interaction. Without someone to reflect our emotions, we had no way of knowing who we were”. From the moment an embryo is implanted into a mother’s womb, human life is dependent on the attachment of a caregiver, someone to provide it the necessary nutrients and nurturement for a healthy development. Over the course of time, researchers have conducted

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    Are Antidepressants Reliable? “You know when you feel the weight of sadness.” The narrator of Zoloft announces. “[Depression] a serious medical condition that affects over twenty million Americans. While the cause is unknown, depression may be related to a chemical imbalance between nerve cells and the brain.” Each sentence in this one minute episode is used in a careful way to suck the audience in to buy their depression saving drug. Zoloft, a company that is advertising the sale of their pill that

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    Another way of dividing people and adding sadness to their lives, according to Holden, is the fragmentation of society into different groups. In his opinion, such groups are automatically ‘phony’ because individuals don’t have the freedom to express their own views and opinions. Wanting to feel accepted

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