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There are some healthy benefits of temporary sadness.
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The sadness we hear in music, literature and film is strangely irresistible.
For those who have not experienced loss, it is hard to imagine the unbearable pain that people go through when their partner dies. To reduce the isolation surrounding their suffering, people on Red...
They're fictional, but that doesn't make the loss any less real.
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It's up to you to do that.
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Australia's most well known Catholic priest is urging togetherness.
I had a dream upbringing, but still, from eight years old I had to see a "worry doctor", which was kid-speak for a psychologist. Sadness and worry have sat on my shoulder since then. Sometimes they take holidays, and even gap years -- but just when I think they have fucked off for good, they return.