Our expert says:
Apart from the lasting disorder we call Depression, most of us get Sad at times, sometimes with a very obvious reason, sometimes for absolutely no reason we can see or identify. Sometimes, as may be your situation, this arises when we are under unusual stress and pressure, at work or in our private life. And, as you so well decribe, obe may become much more sensitive to small hurts or just sad images and music.
Remember that the happiness you see around you in others is what they try to show you, not necessarily how they actually feel.
Of course its not any sort of "weakness" for anyoen to feel or express sadness or depression, and only insensitive clods think so. Until they experience it themselves.
A short break may help ( if you can actually allow it to happen, without brooding about what's going on back at the office and can actually allow yourself to relax ).
This could also be early signs of a developing Depression, so if it lasts more than a couple of weeks, consider seeing at least a really good GP, or maybe a psychiatrist for an assessment and a discussion of treatment options.
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