Why do people feel sad? A look at the social science

title How do we measure sadness?

article Posted February 14, 2018 12:38:54 I am sure that there are some people who feel sad for the wrong reasons, but for most of us, sadness is just an emotion we can relate to.

It can be a source of joy, anger, sadness, and it is something that we can easily understand. 

In fact, sadness may be the most natural emotion in the world, so naturally, we all have it, even those of us who are not happy.

Sadness is something we experience for different reasons, which makes it easy to understand why we can be sad.

It is a part of us that is often misunderstood.

We can be surprised by the ways in which we can feel sad, and how we can avoid feeling sad in the first place.

So what exactly is sadness?

The first step towards understanding sadness is to understand what it is.

We want to understand how sadness is produced, how it is felt, and what causes it.

There are many theories about how sadness develops, and there is no doubt that there is some research to back up these claims.

It all comes down to our understanding of what sadness is.

So, how does sadness develop?

According to the Oxford Dictionary, sadness “is the absence of joy or pleasure, a state of feeling sad or unhappy”.

When we think of sadness, we are usually thinking of sadness as a negative emotion, such as sadness caused by illness, grief, or loss of a loved one.

Sad sadness can be caused by an illness, loss of an affectionate relationship, loss or neglect, or a physical or emotional disability.

The term sadness is often used to describe sadness that arises from something other than an illness or loss.

Some people think that sadness can also be caused in a negative way by things like an accident or illness, but this isn’t the case.

A person can be depressed, sad, or depressed-ish from any other cause.

The word sadness is also used to denote the absence or the absence for any period of time.

This is not sadness for no reason, but is instead a symptom of some other mental illness or condition.

As such, sadness can mean the absence from the environment or life.

The Oxford Dictionary defines sadness as the “unusual feeling of loss or absence from some source of pleasure or joy”.

So what causes sadness?

There are several theories that are used to explain why people feel sadness.

We often think that it is due to our environment.

If we feel sad from a bad situation, for example, we may have feelings of frustration or sadness.

Or we may feel sad because of something in our environment, such a relationship with a person, family, or friends.

The fact that we are sad because we are living in a certain situation does not mean that we feel sadness in that situation.

We do not have to feel sad in order to feel sadness, as long as we have a reason to feel the way we do.

It doesn’t have to be because we have been abused, neglected, or threatened.

We also can experience sadness because of what we are feeling.

If our emotions have a negative impact on us, such that we have no control over them, then sadness can happen.

We may feel bad about something because of how we feel or we may experience sadness to feel better.

There is also the idea that sadness is caused by something in the brain that causes us to feel bad.

This theory has been supported by some research.

A team of researchers from the University of Michigan have shown that when they gave people an electrical shock that caused them to feel negative emotions, their brains responded in the same way as when they were told to imagine a painful situation.

They found that people with higher levels of sadness felt more negative emotions during the shock.

Another theory suggests that sadness may come from our body’s response to the lack of a positive experience.

This idea has been backed up by a study in the journal Psychological Science, which found that those who had been told they were feeling sad had a smaller amount of grey matter in their brains.

The researchers speculated that people feel bad because they don’t have a positive moment, and this may explain why sadness may also occur when we don’t feel positive emotions.

Other theories on how sadness comes about have also been put forward, such the idea of a “self-defeating reaction”.

According to this theory, people who are sad will feel more sad when they feel they are not being loved or appreciated.

Some researchers believe that sadness comes from the emotions we feel because we lack self-control and have a lack of motivation.

It may also be a result of our genetic inheritance.

According to evolutionary theory, our genes make us angry and upset.

This may be because anger can be beneficial for survival.

The evolutionary theory of sadness can explain why we feel so bad when we feel bad, even if we are not feeling very bad.

The idea that we may suffer from sadness may have some evolutionary