sadness


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sadness

A normal emotional feeling of dejection or melancholy that one may experience after an unhappy event.
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Sadness turns into depression which could lead to suicide.
Comic book artist Charlie Adlard has told how he felt a "tinge of sadness" but has also breathed a sigh of relief after the end of The Walking Dead series was announced.
Shrewsbury comic book artist Charlie Adlard has told how he felt a "tinge of sadness" but has also breathed a sigh of relief after the end of The Walking Dead series was announced.
Syed Sumsam Bukhari in his condolence said that loss of the son is the major moment of sadness for Qamar Uzama Kaira and his family and prayed that God Almighty give him the patience to overcome sadness.
"It means the world to me - a roller coaster of emotions from sadness to ecstasy," Valencia said.
[USA], May 10 (ANI): Anger could be more harmful to the physical health of older adults as compared to sadness, potentially putting them to a higher risk of inflammation, which is associated with heart disease, arthritis and cancer, a new study has shown.
Here is the letter reprinted in full: It starts with waking up with sadness in place of a loved one.
Several world leaders have expressed sadness over the fire that devastated large parts of the historic Notre-Dame cathedral in Paris.
I was a little older and I felt a different sadness. It was a deep-in-the-stomach, end-of-the-world sadness that lingered way past the viewing.
Hairat Ke Uss Paar [The Other Side of Wonder] was notable for expressing the experiences of living in a foreign city (London) while Andhere Ki Sargoshian [Whispers of the Darkness] was marked by a profound, multifaceted sadness which was not felt before in her poetry.