10 Songs To Listen To When You’re Feeling Anxious Or Sad
With everything the world is going through at the moment, you might be more prone to feeling a little anxious or gloomy. It’s not the best feeling to have, but we must always remind ourselves that feeling the negative emotions is okay. They may be negative, but they’re not always bad.
Instead of avoiding these unwanted feelings, acknowledge them and let them inform you of what needs to be addressed because as explained on Psychology Today, more often than not, these emotions are meant to signal that something might be wrong.
Now that you’ve faced them head on, you’ll feel slightly lighter and ready to let them pass. To help you feel a little better, listen to some tunes that will make you feel more reassured and calm. Music is healing, as they say.
We asked our followers for their go-to songs whenever they’re feeling uneasy or down, in case you need new music recos. Don’t worry—from OPM, Broadway, to K-pop—there’s something for everyone.
“Leaves” by Ben&Ben
@tresvallesgab says, “It assures that everything will be alright :)”
“Sweet Night” by V
@charlesdaniel.jose says, “I find this comforting because the lyrics [are] like tusok na tusok sa puso SAPUL.”
“everythingoes” by RM
@missjbeatrice says, “It reminds me that everything goes, even the bad times.”
“Last Hope” by Paramore
@kainsanity says, “It teaches me how to embrace sadness and grow stronger.”
“You Say” by Lauren Daigle
@joylmelros says, “This song always reminds me that I am loved. And that I am strong.”
“Rise Up” by Andra Day
@ianneashleeey says, “The title itself motivates me so much.”
“While We Were Young” by Keiko Necessario ft. Quest
@katkat.mj says, “Listen to it and you’ll know :)”
“Breathe” by Lee Hi
@lorlinpedregal says, “It gives me comfort and [reminds] me to breathe even if it’s hard.”
“Mikrokosmos” by BTS
@juliamagpantay says, “It calms me whenever I’m anxious.”
“You Will Be Found” from Dear Evan Hansen
@katlinpeyyyy says, “It’s from Dear Evan Hansen. The lyrics are comforting and very assuring.”
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