How does weather affect your mood? Anonymous 04/02/18 (Mon) 02:24:58 No. 18722 [Reply]
My mood depends a lot on the the weather, time of day and season.
Time of day Early morning is my favorite; it makes me feel fresh and clean, especially during the Summer. Something about waking up before most people, when the air is crisp, makes me blissful. Sunset somehow always depresses me. The sun slowly dipping into an orange haze reminds me that the day is coming to a close and that time has passed. The changing of seasons has a similar effect on me, but a summer sunset always feels the worst. Once night arrives I feel fine. Weather I love cloudy weather because it masks the time of day. You don't feel the slow, ceaseless crawl of time when it always looks the same outside. I also love rain and every type of storm. Hurricanes, blizzards, typhoons, they're all exhilarating. Compared to the daily monotony, they feel like an event. Sometimes I like to fantasize about massive, four story tall floods. Season Fall feels melancholic. Seeing the world slowly decay into bareness isn't pretty to me; Halloween is great though. Winter makes me feel tired and sort of hallow. There's some nice things about it too. Spring kind of puts me in a panic. For whatever reason, when the temperature outside rises above a certain point, it makes my thoughts a bit hazy and erratic, this just becomes more intense in Summer. How does weather affect you? Do you notice anything similar? 56 posts and 14 image replies omitted. Click reply to view.
Anonymous 05/30/18 (Wed) 07:09:32 No. 18968
>>18954 >i hate hot weather and live somewhere where it's constantly hot. hot weather makes me physically sick and i cant stand it but cant really do much about this situation because im a poorfag.
I feel you fam, same here, the constant heat and sunlight is just sickening. Where do you live?
Anonymous 06/06/18 (Wed) 03:28:43 No. 19015
The hotter and drier, the better I feel. I love being at the beach or in the forest during a hot dry Australian summer day.
I used to get fairly bad seasonal affective depression, but that was when I was more depressed across the board. Now I'm just mildly annoyed when it's cold, dark, or wet.
Anonymous 06/17/18 (Sun) 00:03:54 No. 19034
I wish I had the power to control the weather. My concentration and mood skyrocket once it rains softly and the cool air during the summer feels nice on top of this. It kinda reminds me of playing minecraft during the nights in the early 10s. I wish half of the summer days could be replaced with rain.
Anonymous 07/08/18 (Sun) 01:02:48 No. 19121
That's pretty uncommon. The changing of seasons usually leads to more suicide and death overall. Old people have a hard time adjusting.