Hug the Sadness Out of You: A Playlist

So, I lately, I’ve been very down, but to be exact, I’m just very, very sad. Brief, silent tears has been very frequent compared to the other months. I’d like to think that this sadness just happened out of nowhere and that there’s no reason, in particular, to be sad, but there is. There are.  There’s such a great fault in overthinking everything way too much. I’m pretty sure this sadness came out of this. You know, I don’t really want to include these thoughts here. I’d like to project myself as unfazed, unbothered, b*tch don’t care, but there’s no point in lying, right? I feel like I don’t know myself and what I want. This is the main root of what I’m feeling right now. Underneath this big thought are branches of subreasons, and subfeelings, that I don’t really want to elaborate right now because I’m not ready for the intensity, and also because those are just too shitty, so forgive me for including this emo intro before jumping into what you really came for. I just felt that I have to write this down here, and expose myself in this level, because a reader or two might feel the same way as I do now and find comfort in the thought that they are not alone.

Anyway, here are 5 songs that lift my spirit every time I feel like my self-esteem is on the edge of the cliff or whenever I am just plain sad. I hope that you’d find comfort in these songs, as much as I do, every time I listen to these.

  1. Dreamer – Axwell Λ Ingrosso


2. More Than You Know – Axwell Λ Ingrosso


3. There For You – Martin Garrix and Troye Sivan


4. When We Were Young – Lost Kings


5. Sun is Shining – Axwell Λ Ingrosso


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