Counselling for Sadness

When do I need counselling for my sadness?

Sadness is a very natural response to with unfavorable circumstances.  It could be a recent break up, a loss of a job, dealing with a difficult situation.  Most of the time, these feelings will fade off when you managed to come to terms with the circumstances.

Facing long periods of sadness can be crippling for both the person as well as those around them.

Sometimes, your friends or family members may advised you to just 'snapped' out of it, or just do things that make you happy.

However, these tend to help for a moment, or sometimes, do not even helped at all.

If it persists for weeks or more, it is important to address it with professional help before it developed into greater intensity, and affecting your quality of life.

Symptoms of Sadness

  • Feeling down most of the time
  • Crying often
  • Wish to be alone (isolated)
  • Easily feel irritated by others
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Loss of energy
  • Loss of interest in hobbies or activities that you enjoyed previously
  • Feelings of hopelessness or “emptiness”
  • Feelings of worthless or helplessness
  • Difficulty concentrating or making decisions
  • Changes in appetite (eating less or eating more than usual)

How can counselling help with managing sadness?

If you feel that your sadness has been persistent, and it is affecting your how you go through your everyday life -  We recommend that you consider receiving depression counselling to learn the knowledge and skills to better manage it.

Our trained and professional counsellor can work with you in developing appropriate techniques to bring about the positive changes you want in your life, including managing your sadness and bringing forth constructive emotions to work better for you

This includes, but limited:

  • Helping you develop a greater awareness of why you feel the way you feel
  • Reframing of your feelings and thoughts process to work more in a constructive manner
  • Facilitate the process of better manage your sadness
  • Techniques to reduce level and intensity of sadness

"I was dealing with a recent break up. It became unbearable for me. I was crying all the time until my eyes are swollen. My close friend asked me to see a counsellor because she saw how much I was affected. The counsellor helped me to see things much clear now. I am in a much better place"

T.K
(Counselling for Sadness)

"I was handling a very difficult family situation when I see my mum going through a serious health condition. I am very close to my mother. I try to be "ok" infront of her but I was actually not doing well at all. It affected me, even my relationships with others. I cannot help but feel really sad all the time. My counsellor worked with me to develop new insights that helped alot. I am dealing with it in a more positive way now"

J.Y
(Counselling for Sadness)

"I discovered my partner of 7 years cheating on me. Even though I broke up with her, i just feel so angry and sad at the same time. My mood is just so low. Even when I work, i was thinking about her and all the things she done all the time. Ms Faith helped me bring some closure to this relationship. My mood has improved, and I can now focus on how I want to move forward."

B.C
(Counselling for Sadness)

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