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By  Chazzster  |  22

I have explained to my wife before, when you tell someone to “cheer up” it does no good for them at all. It only says “I don’t want to see your depression.” But it’s how many people who don’t suffer from depression react…

When you are depressed, weather hardly matters (at least not to me).

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By  Chazzster  |  22

I have explained to my wife before, when you tell someone to “cheer up” it does no good for them at all. It only says “I don’t want to see your depression.” But it’s how many people who don’t suffer from depression react…

When you are depressed, weather hardly matters (at least not to me).

By  cacheson  |  41

Unfortunately your job at work is to be cheerful and friendly to customers, and how you actually feel is not generally important. It’s sad but I’ve seen people get fired for not “appropriately” hiding their feelings at work. Employers want to see people be able to keep their personal lives from interfering with the work environment.