I get really depressed in the winter. I can't tolerate the cold. (I also have lots of health problems, Fibro, Chronic pain, migraine, depression.) I am having Fibro Fog, so please excuse my spelling.
So I have this weird thing that I call Enviromental Sensitivty. If I see something sad on TV or hear a sad song, I start crying. Another example, I just watched the end of Miss America, which I care nothing about, I watched Miss Oklahoma get the crown and I cried. I wasn't sad, I just picked up on her emotions. It's so strange.
It's almost like I pick up on the mood of what's going on and it has a huge effect on me. I am so sensitive to everything, mainly during the winter. I could be in a perfectly happy mood and then see something sad on TV and I cry. I watched Judging Amy this morning and Maxine was talking to her dead mother in the hosptial and I was a wreck. I couldn't believe I was so busted up over some tv show.
Does anyone experience this?