Do you have melancholy?
What do you understand about what it means and what you do to deal with it?

My psychiatrist said that I have it.




noun: melancholy

a feeling of pensive sadness, typically with no obvious cause.
“an air of melancholy surrounded him”

synonyms: desolation, sadness, pensiveness, woe, sorrow, melancholia; More
unhappiness, dejection, depression, gloom, gloominess, misery, low spirits, moroseness, doldrums, defeatism, pessimism, dejectedness, dispiritedness, despondency;

informalthe dumps, the blues

“a feeling of melancholy descended on him”

antonyms: cheerfulness, happiness

•another term for melancholia (as a mental condition).

another term for black bile.


adjective: melancholy

having a feeling of melancholy; sad and pensive.
“she felt a little melancholy”

synonyms: sad, sorrowful, desolate, melancholic, mournful, lugubrious, gloomy, pensive; More
despondent, dejected, depressed, depressing, down, downhearted, downcast, disconsolate, glum, sunk in gloom, miserable, wretched, dismal, dispirited, discouraged, low, in low spirits, in the doldrums, blue, morose, funereal, woeful, woebegone, doleful, wistful, unhappy, joyless, heavy-hearted, low-spirited, sombre, defeatist, pessimistic;

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