How to feel better after something really, really sad

Five things that might help you feel human again

When you’ve experienced something really horrible- it sticks with you. Whether that’s the death of a parent, an ugly custody battle, a horrible break up, an accident, or falling out with a close friend, chances are you’re probably sitting there months later still feeling overwhelmed. The good news is that with time, it does get better. The bad news is, that really does take time. There’s no magic amphetamine or antidepressant that makes sobbing in the shower…

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26 year old with an awful lot to say about everything. Opinions entirely my own. Usually. madelaine@madelainehanson.co.uk

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Madelaine Lucy Hanson

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26 year old with an awful lot to say about everything. Opinions entirely my own. Usually. madelaine@madelainehanson.co.uk

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