Feeling down? Got the blues? You’re not the only one. Everybody feels miserable now and again. Pitiful emotions can be mellow or solid or in the middle. How pitiful you feel can rely upon the circumstance that is causing the trouble and how you’re adapting to it.
Pity is a characteristic human feeling. Like different feelings, dismal sentiments go back and forth. Some tragic emotions last one minute, some last more. At the point when pitiful sentiments back away, a more joyful temperament can have their spot.
It’s superbly OK to have miserable emotions on occasion. For whatever length of time that they don’t occur over and over again or keep going too long, miserable sentiments — like all feelings — are only a characteristic piece of life.
Notice how you feel and why. Knowing your feelings causes you comprehend and acknowledge yourself. On the off chance that you feel pitiful, see it — yet don’t harp on it too long or give it an excess of dramatization. Simply let yourself know (or another person) that you feel pitiful.