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Old 07-03-2012, 02:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Do you ever wake up in a bad mood? In the morning I am always in a bad mood but my mood elevates as the day goes on.
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Old 07-03-2012, 02:21 PM   #2 (permalink)
 
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Sometimes. It depends on what time I wake up. If it's anytime after 9, usually I just don't want to face the day.
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I have had that thought before, though I find mornings generally peaceful and often a low point of mental chattiness. Still, many days, facing that I have to go to work is a yucky feeling and takes some wrangling.

My mood is usually worst right as I get home from work. I'm not sure why I should feel really vulnerable right then.
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I wake up depressed almost every morning, and sad thinking that I have to live another day.
I hope I will go to bed tonight and dont wake up next morning.
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Waking up to go to school I was always in a horrible mood. With work it's diffirent, it's just 'meh'.

What's so lame is when I have the day off I intend to sleep a LOT yet I don't want to sleep past like 2 or 3 in the afternoon with this thing on my mind like I don't want to waste the day, yet I don't have much of a life so it's pointless.

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I wake up depressed almost every morning, and sad thinking that I have to live another day.
I hope I will go to bed tonight and dont wake up next morning.
Come on surely you have atleast something to look forward to? you could try to focus on that more. Think happy thoughts.
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Often. In my case it's usually this crushing sense of depression, why even get up at all? It usually wears off as the day goes on, but it sure makes it harder to get out of bed. >_<

Occasionally, if I was having an unpleasant dream before awakening, that'll contribute to a poor mood.
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Yeah mornings and late evenings (like 3am ish) are the worst times... it is when I feel worst by far.
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thats why morning is the best time to meditate or mental health cardio. catch it before it spreads through your day.
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What's so lame is when I have the day off I intend to sleep a LOT yet I don't want to sleep past like 2 or 3 in the afternoon with this thing on my mind like I don't want to waste the day, yet I don't have much of a life so it's pointless.
I feel physically better and less tired getting up about the same time whether I have the day off or not and I really recommend it. Drink some coffee and read in the morning, then by late morning or early afternoon you want to accomplish something. If I sleep a lot one day, it only means my sleep will be awful the next night. :/
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