How do you deal with situations that make you feel sad?

Assalamu alaikum,
u know in life there’s just so many times where everything is just not the way you want it to be ad it makes u feel sad. How do I deal with these sort of situations where it’s literally impossible to change anything?

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7 Responses to “How do you deal with situations that make you feel sad?”

  1. The Wayfarer says:

    Waleikumussalam wr wb,

    remember everything is planned by Allah swt ”No calamity befalls on earth or in yourselves but is inscribed in the Book of Decrees – before We bring it into existence." [57:22]

    and the way to deal is
    by knowing that whatever Allah swt has planned is the best for you! you must trust Him!

    And put your trust in Allah if you are believers indeed…"[ 5:23]

    do not feel sad! ”So do not become weak, nor be sad…" [3:139]

    pray to Allah swt instead:
    "O you who believe! Seek help in patience and the prayer…" [2:153]

    and recite;
    hasbunallahu wa nimal wakeel!
    Allah is sufficient for us, and He is the best Disposer of affairs. [3:173]

    may Allah ease all our troubles and grant us all that is good for our deen and livelihoods

  2. Arif says:

    I start chewing gum..it works:-)

  3. Reem says:

    Just Tell urself : "Whatever happens, happens for a good reason .. maybe what i wanted cud get worse! May be This is the best!"

    Have Trust in Allah! 🙂

  4. a.kolathil says:

    Think that ultimately every thing will happen only as decided by Allah.

  5. Mama Outlaw says:

    I try to think of the sad situation as something given by God for the development of my soul. It sounds corny? Lol. But really.

    Nothing happens but by the hand of God. Most of the sad things in life are just natural. People die of natural causes. Some are the result of social injustice. In the first we can only accept that this life has sorrow. In the second we let ourselves become sensitive to mans injustice so we don’t join in and so we have the will to change it. Sometimes we are just sad. We feel far from God and his perfection, mired in this messy dunya that hurts us so. . Something tells us it shouldn’t be this way. It should be better. This is our yearning for paradise and the dissatisfaction that makes us better Muslims.

    What really works for me is to talk to God, either to complain or to say I accept the gift of sadness. When I feel "heard" I feel loved. The sadness lifts. Usually I cry, but not very long. Then I feel peace, which is islam, which is the point.

    All our emotions are necessary. Without sadness we would not be human and God created us human. Sadness really can bring us closer to God.

    But sometimes, if its a mopy sadness, a shower and a cup of green tea is the remedy.

  6. waitaminute says:

    You have much to be sad about:

    -The UN’s Human Development Index ranks nations by life expectancy, literacy, education and GDP per capita: 88% of the top 50 are Judao-Christian — 700 million people; Muslim nations? .09% — 5 million people!
    -US Nobel SCIENCE prizes last 50 years: The US, 171; ALL muslim nation, 3!
    -Number of universities in the US and UK? 3,600. ALL Muslim nations? 600 — for 1.5 billion people!
    -Patents are evidence such creative activities: new drugs, electronics, satellites, the internet, food processing, cars — everything we need to live better lives. Total patents held in 2008? 3.8 million. The US owns 2.1 million; ALL muslim nations combined own 1,000 (among 1.4 billion people!).
    -The World Intellectual Property Organization (www.wipo.int) report on 2010 top 20 nations receiving patent grants: Israel is number 18. There is not one single Muslim nation on any list WIPO publishes — out of 1.4 BILLION Muslims, no patent applications, no patents granted, no patents in force!

    Results of the United Nations sponsored 2002 Arab Human Development Report (arab-hdr.org). Here are some highlights:
    -Only 0.6% of the Arab population uses the Internet
    -Only 1.2% has a personal computer
    -Investment in research and development does not exceed 0.5 per cent of gross national product, well below the world average
    -About 65 million adult Arabs are illiterate, two thirds of them women
    -Illiteracy rates are much higher than in much poorer countries
    -Science and technology output is quantifiable and measurable in terms of number of scientific papers per unit of population. The average
    output of the Arab world per million inhabitants is roughly 2 per cent of that of an industrialized country
    -Number of research scientists: US 466,211; Saudi Arabia 1,915
    -If the steady deterioration in the quality of education in the Arab countries and the inability of education to meet the requirements of development
    are not reversed, the consequences for human and economic development will be grave
    -The number of illiterate people is still increasing, to the extent that Arab countries embark upon the twenty-first century burdened by over 60 million illiterate adults, the majority of whom are women
    -The Arab region has the lowest level of access to ICT (Information and Communication Technology) of all regions of the world, even lower than sub-Saharan Africa
    -GDP in all Arab countries combined stood at $531.2 billion in 1999 (70% related to oil), less than that of a single European country, Spain, ($595.5 billion)
    -Deprivation in terms of basic human-development parameters is about 32.4 per cent as measured by the human poverty index (HPI) which defines deprivation in terms of short lives, illiteracy and lack of basic services.

  7. . says:

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