Sadness is the only thing I like about technology.
Natural life is usually enjoyable, while being alone, stressed, procrastinating at 4am reading some greentext thread on wizardchan, /x/ or /feels/, giving up on your attempts to fix your sleeping schedule, drinking some cancerous carbonated garbage, listening to some depressing obscure music you got from some lonely imageboard's /mu/, or a desert internet radio station from somewhere far away and forgetting for a night about the self-hatred society makes you feel, that's something only our current civilization can provide.
I found that a very good source of happiness (truer happiness than mere pleasure) are the friends one makes when one's sad and meets a similarly sad peer. Sadness also brings thought, and thought brings truths.>>9050
I've yet to meet a happy upbeat person that's intelectually interesting, aside from hobos, hitchhikkers and other people living alternative lifstyles. >>10132>But they don't quite realise how entrenched and unshakeable depression is. It's not regular sadness.
This applies to my post. I don't know much about depression as I've never been depressed for more than a couple minutes at a time. I tackle the reasons right away.>>10148>I wish those good things never happened to me so i wouldnt know what i lost
Another way to cope with this is working towards not attaching yourself too much to finite things. And keep in mind that the things you are attached to now are perishable, and enjoy them as such.>the imageboard is a replacement for something to the people that inhabit it. if they always had people near to them and a stable home and love they wouldnt need something like this
In my case, if I had a friend to talk with about sad stuff I probably wouldn't be here.>A gash untreated will kill you fairly quickly.
About this, you can "psychoanalyze yourself" to get to the cause of your anguish, in some cases you'll stop feeling anxious or depressed once you get to the underlying reason and be just sad.