sadness

How to Beat the Blahs: Banishing Bad Moods

by Kathleen Glavich, SND on June 7, 2017

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On some days we leap out of bed and say, “Good morning, Lord.” On other days we drag ourselves out from under the covers, muttering “Good Lord, it’s morning.” I think it’s a human condition that we encounter stretches in our life’s journey when we don’t feel like doing anything, going anywhere, or talking to […]

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Remedies for Winter Blues and Sadness in General

by Kathleen Glavich, SND on January 27, 2016

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My sister goes to Florida to escape the dark, dreary days of winter in Cleveland, Ohio. The Florida sun makes her feel better physically and mentally. Not everyone can move to Florida during January and February. So what can we do to shake off the dull sadness that might cloak us at least occasionally during […]

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Happiness Tips for When You’re Blue

by Kathleen Glavich, SND on April 15, 2015

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On the news this week it was reported that 11% of Americans were on anti-depressants. That’s sad! We were made to be happy, and we wish it for others, saying “Happy Easter, Happy Birthday, Merry Christmas.”  Why aren’t so many of us happy? Of course, we can blame the theological reason: original sin that stole […]

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