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Is it normal for me to feel fine one minute, then numb, then sad, then angry and aggressive?

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Last Updated: 07/02/2018 at 10:25am
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SmileMorePlease
February 27th, 2015 4:01am
Emotional swings are a common occurrence in many if not all people. Noone can feel perfect every minute of every hour. For each negative, balance it with a positive.
heran
May 24th, 2015 7:19pm
yes very much so. it is even normal to go through states that includes few of these emotions at the same time. the fact that you are noticing these quick changes means that you in tune with your emotions and that's a wonderful thing.
WaterIsLife
April 3rd, 2015 9:25am
It is perfectly normal, because this series of emotions can be associated with many different states of being. It could range anywhere from Anxiety to Grief. However, it is normal. This progression is something that everyone experiences at some point. It is also normal for this to pass, and for a person to continue a "normal" (your words) life that also includes happiness and tranquility, and joy and passion, and every other emotion and experience which we all want to have.
drownyourdemons182
January 5th, 2016 4:57pm
For me it's completely normal. It happens every single day of my life. In ways it sucks but it proves that I'm still alive.
GirlAndHerDog
July 6th, 2015 2:38pm
Normal is dependent upon each person. Feeling a wide range of emotion throughout the day is very common. It is when these emotions are extreme or overwhelming that we need to seek professional help.
ShadowOfAStar
February 28th, 2015 5:15am
It's not normal, but unfortunately, very common. It's a terrible feeling that I used to go through quite often, and still do sometimes. Seeking help is the best step to deal with these emotions and regulating them
ashlyntheordinary
September 14th, 2015 11:10am
YES MAYBE BECUZ U HAVE A MOOD SWING HERE AND THERE ITS NATURAL REALLY :) OR MAYBE ITS ABOUT HOW U FEEL
Anonymous
July 26th, 2016 9:08am
Yes, this can be a sign of depression. It can also mean that you are dealing with multiple issues which will trigger multiple emotions.
dancelikenobodyswatching
September 13th, 2016 12:23am
Absolutely! This is actually very common; you are not alone! Rest assured it can be managed and you can start feeling more balanced.
Anonymous
June 6th, 2017 1:00pm
It's perfectly normal, emotions can be difficult things to deal with. At any moment in time you can experience a variety of emotions, and that shows that you are a complete person
NoNegativeVibes
July 2nd, 2018 10:25am
These are actually normal for people who can't control themselves and their feelings so if you're going through this, don't worry cause everything is gonna be fine once you learn to mange the feelings
Anonymous
June 30th, 2015 1:17am
No. You are most likely experiencing mood swings, if there is no outside influences affecting your mood.
DonnyJames
November 23rd, 2015 7:23am
Absolutely. The human body has so many hormones and chemicals that deploy from memories bouncing from one to another. This happens often without us even knowing it!
Kaylee
December 14th, 2015 11:56am
I think that would be a case of bipolar or mood disorder. It's not normal, but at the same time, most people have it and you are not the only one.
GigantMoonEyes
February 15th, 2016 10:21pm
Maybe, feeling good at one moment and then feeling bad the next moment happens to you more often than it does to others. Everyone is different but I understand. All emotions are important and it's ok to feel them. Understand emotions are your guidance and that they are just energy in motion.
PaleRose12
July 11th, 2016 5:45pm
I wouldn't say normal it sounds like a form of bipolar disorder but you should go to a therapist to know what you are suffering from.
Anonymous
July 26th, 2016 11:13pm
I wouldn't say... But you can ask your doctor if it's normal and if it isn't they can help you and give you a medication or something.