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  1. First, from whom? At your place? No one knows you personally, so you can't say for sure.

    Secondly, sadness and melancholy (and all this range of emotions) have a universal mechanism of occurrence: something unpleasant and undesirable has happened, most often we are talking about some personally significant failure or loss.

    Seasonal mood disorders-usually associated with the cold season. This is especially true for people living in the Scandinavian countries and other regions with similar climates; lack of exposure to regular sunlight leads to vitamin D deficiency. One of the symptoms of this is a depressive state.

  2. I personally don't like summer very much. In summer, it is hot and stuffy, and it is very difficult to tolerate such weather in the city, and you can't really leave the city, because first exams and practice, then part-time work. Summer is good to spend in nature, when you are fully saturated with the flourishing life of the environment, but in a large metropolis it is sometimes difficult to find privacy, protected areas and parks help out, but even then, not always.

    Everyone writes about parties and events, but there are people who, on the contrary, want to be distracted from all this, to be alone with themselves. And because of the abundance of people on the street, it is not always possible to find a perfectly quiet and peaceful place.

    P.S. I love autumn. Because of this, I love August, because you can already feel the autumn atmosphere.

  3. in the rest of the year, as a rule, a schoolboy or student (adults do not count, because they are also busy with work in the summer) are busy with their studies, and with the arrival of summer, a huge amount of time is freed up, which needs to be put somewhere and preferably usefully. this is where the whole problem of summer sadness begins. well, if you find something useful for the summer, then you don't need to be sad, and there's no time for it. otherwise, when you are stupidly idle (watching TV shows, playing games, etc.), the same summer sadness comes. you can say that this is a response of your body to a lack of physical or mental activity. well, with the arrival of summer, you begin to notice all the shortcomings and flaws of this world. this is also one of the reasons for summertime sadness.

  4. In my opinion, summer melancholy only increases over the years – while you are at school, you have as many as three months of vacation – and you relax carefree, enjoy; in student years, summer vacation is reduced to at least 2 months (if you do not take into account the possibility of part-time work, etc.), and every year the number of summer days when you can relax carefree is And now you are no longer a student, you are working – and the days fly by…and you sit at work in the summer in a stuffy office and dream: as if for a short time to plunge into childhood, when you could rest all summer… Isn't this a summer melancholy?

  5. For me personally, the reason for such melancholy is in solitude. I want to go to the park with good company and preferably with a girl, but neither one nor the other, and the moment is about to fly away. After all, tomorrow the day after tomorrow again September, working days, and then winter well, the wheel of samsara turns.
    At the expense of tus and dvizhuh-not the fact that it will help. You can be alone and in a noisy fun company. Here you really need to be honest with yourself and just admit what exactly you want from life. When you figure it out, then everything will fall into place by itself.

  6. In summer, unlike in winter (you sit at home enjoying TV shows and books), people tend to go out, and it is at such moments that it becomes obvious that you have nowhere to go and no one to go with. Unbearable sadness sets in. Especially when you see crowds of happy people and couples walking around.�

    Tip: go to the side of the movement, concerts, board game nights, join volunteer programs, in general, expand the circle of friends in every possible way. And now the summer will not seem so sad.

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