I'm not really depressed but ...................
Late at night (well not really late, just about midnight) at the weekends when I'm still up, for some reason I start to feel really sad, like i'm useless, and there is no point in living, not like I feel suicidal, I just think that my life is crap and pointless.
I don't know why, as usually, in the day, I think my life is quite good, I think I'm lucky, and this even happens on days that have been really great.
Why is this? Is it just because I'm tired, or is it more than that?
And how can I stop feeliong like this when its late?
(by the way, I dont get this feeling if I'm partying or with my friends late at night, only when I'm on my own, and I'm not doing much.
If it helps I'm 13/f.
rainbowcherrie answered Monday April 24 2006, 12:30 pm: Welcome to Hormones-ville, please tread carefully.
Okay, you're a thirteen year old girl. I'm not saying your problems are worthless because I know that to you this is a big problem but let me tell you now, nearly all girls go through this kind of thing. You're growing up, the chemicals in your body are going all over the place and there will be times when you'll feel bad.
Like you said, tiredness isn't going to help. I'm guessing that it'll be late at night, you'll be sitting alone in your room and it'll seem like nothing's working. Am I right? One of the main reasons that it's specifically late at night that you feel sad is because you're tired and alone. Obviously the whole hormones deal plays a part in it too but being tired and alone won't help.
I suggest that whenever you feel down you think about all the good stuff in your life, because it seems like you have good friends and a pretty happy life overall. You just have to remember that this is normal and your friends probably have times where they feel exactly the same as you do. [ rainbowcherrie's advice column | Ask rainbowcherrie A Question ]
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