Everyone feels sad and down sometimes. Whether it’s some self doubt about who you are and your abilities, missing people you care about who you haven’t seen for a while, or the end of a relationship, we all experience things and situations that put us down. We think longingly about things that we can’t control, we lose the energy for some tasks, and our thoughts can be more negative and anxious than usual. Sometimes it can even feel good to wallow somewhat in the feeling, but it’s always an aversive experience that we either want to avoid or ignore. But as we have progressed into the 21st century, we have learned a lot more about emotions and mental stability. We have learned a lot more about the feelings that define our days and our moods, we have become increasingly aware about the importance of mental health, and widespread issues many experience with it, and we have started to understand the significance of mental health issues in comparison to the more general progression of emotions.