No one understands how much it hurts. That’s why you feel like you cannot trust anyone, and why nobody seems to know how long this will last. Sometimes it seems like it might last forever.
Because When You’re Feeling Depressed, It Hurts to Be Alone
Music can help, but not every “Depression” playlist fits your situation. Sad songs may be right for some people. Other people may be ready to move out of those feelings. If you ever think about hurting yourself, it’s important to seek professional help. Here, we offer a choice of playlists to help you process some uncomfortable emotions. Each playlist contains many sub-topics, so you can scroll down and choose whichever topic feels right for your situation. We hope this music will bring you relief and set you on the road to feeling better each day,
SAVE. Listen for a while. Spotify will hold your spot, so next time you’ll be able to pick up where you left off.
Sad, Angry, Healing, and Inspiring Songs Help You Recover From Depression, Anxiety and Social Isolation. This is a beautiful playlist for driving in the rain. Scroll down song titles to find sections that match your own situation.
Heartbreak Hotel’s Best Breakup Songs help you Cry, Recover and Stop Feeling Angry. Embrace the Beauty. Remember the Pain. Find Forgiveness. Groan, Laugh and Build Strength to Move On.
Plug-in. Sit down. Let the music take hold and breathe deeply. If you can practice relaxation techniques while listening, the combination with this music may be especially helpful. Save NeoClassical Bliss on your phone, just in case.
Once Burned Twice Shy. You’ve Fallen in Love Again but now you’ve got Trust Issues? Restore Your Mojo. Get Psyched for Romance.
HOW TO USE MUSIC PLAYERS
When you click any Music Player, a black Pop-Up invites you to Join Spotify’s FREE Basic Service (or OPTIONAL 90-Day Premium Trial). Close Pop-Up by Clicking X to Hear Playlist Samples without joining. Click to Hear Continuous Samples (like a slideshow), or any TRACK to Hear One Sample. RE-CLICK (pause) before sampling next Music Player, to avoid hearing multiple clips at once! Back to Emotional Support Playlists