Sudden sadness

@tech40 (22848)
Philippines
November 22, 2020 12:41am CST
There are times that my girlfriend feels it in just a sudden, we are very happy for the whole day but suddenly she feel sad and I can't do anything just to comfort her until she felt better. If your partner suddenly feels sad, what will you do?
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@prinzcy (8272)
• Malaysia
22 Nov
If it's mood swing, just comfort her. If she don't want comforting, just stick around quietly. Be her company. The mood will eventually pass.
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@tech40 (22848)
• Philippines
22 Nov
I'm always with her comforting her asking her what's wrong. I'm glad that it is working most of the time
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@ZedSmart (13851)
• Philippines
22 Nov
Are there any past experiences that make her sad? If that's a mood swing only, I think that it will just pass.
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@tech40 (22848)
• Philippines
22 Nov
Yeah it passed. We discussed what are the wrong things or what happened and I'm glad that she's talking to me
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@maezee (41042)
• United States
22 Nov
Comfort her, try to get her to talk about it, if possible? Sometimes people are moody and just want to be left alone, though, too. Maybe encourage her to talk to a professional?
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@tech40 (22848)
• Philippines
22 Nov
I do always comfort her when she experiencing this and it is working most of the time. I'm glad that it works because if not then she makes argument that will never stop
@edisondanila (35134)
• Philippines
22 Nov
It happens in real.kife my friend. Try to invite her attention to the sunny or brighter side of life.
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@tech40 (22848)
• Philippines
22 Nov
I always talk to her when she have a mood swing and trying to change her mind so that she will stop thinking other things
@jobelbojel (19837)
• Philippines
22 Nov
I would to her but I would understand the mood swings.
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@tech40 (22848)
• Philippines
22 Nov
Sad to say it happened every month haha! Every period or sometimes every week
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@LadyDuck (311876)
• Switzerland
22 Nov
I do nothing, after 50 years I have the habit to my husband's mood swings.
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@tech40 (22848)
• Philippines
22 Nov
Does it happen most of the time like weekly or monthly?
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@LadyDuck (311876)
• Switzerland
22 Nov
@tech40 He was a very busy man and it could happen several times a day.
@Cheyee (3216)
• Pakanbaru, Indonesia
22 Nov
Ask her and be there for her. Maybe ask if she wants something? Or order some delicious food?
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@tech40 (22848)
• Philippines
22 Nov
This is was I usually do when she have a mood swing
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@Cheyee (3216)
• Pakanbaru, Indonesia
23 Nov
@tech40 then you do good
@eileenleyva (20327)
• Philippines
22 Nov
Consult the doctor. She might have depression issues.
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@tech40 (22848)
• Philippines
22 Nov
Probably. I just let her feel that I'm always for her and ask her some questions to help her release those things
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@eileenleyva (20327)
• Philippines
22 Nov
@tech40 Check constantly because the behavior could be progressive. An early diagnosis could prevent anything serious.