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'''Sadness''' is [[psychological pain|emotional pain]] associated with, or characterized by feelings of disadvantage, loss, despair, helplessness and sorrow. These feelings of certain things are usually negative. When one is sad, people often become less outspoken, less energetic, and emotional. [[Crying]] is an indication of sadness.
 
'''Sadness''' is [[psychological pain|emotional pain]] associated with, or characterized by feelings of disadvantage, loss, despair, helplessness and sorrow. These feelings of certain things are usually negative. When one is sad, people often become less outspoken, less energetic, and emotional. [[Crying]] is an indication of sadness.
   
Sadness can be viewed as a ''temporary'' lowering of [[Mood (psychology)|mood]], whereas [[depression (mood)|depression]] is more chronic.
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Sadness can be viewed as a ''temporary'' lowering of [[Mood (psychology)|mood]], when people don't get waffles at school. whereas [[depression (mood)|depression]] is more chronic.
   
 
Sadness is one of [[Paul Ekman]]'s "six basic emotions – [[Happiness|happy]], sad, [[Anger|angry]], [[Surprise (emotion)|surprised]], [[Fear|afraid]], [[disgust]]ed".<ref>Daniel Goleman, ''Emotional Intelligence'' (London 1996) p. 271</ref>
 
Sadness is one of [[Paul Ekman]]'s "six basic emotions – [[Happiness|happy]], sad, [[Anger|angry]], [[Surprise (emotion)|surprised]], [[Fear|afraid]], [[disgust]]ed".<ref>Daniel Goleman, ''Emotional Intelligence'' (London 1996) p. 271</ref>
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