Nobody likes a bad mood, but what's particularly frustrating is figuring out where it comes from. A lot is happening these days that can make you feel upset, scared, and hopeless. So it's normal to have days when you feel bad but don't necessarily know the cause.
"In general, life moves fairly quickly, which we have to cope with finesse," psychologist Dorian Crawford, PsyD, told mbg. "Sometimes things happen that are not sitting properly or do not feel good, but you can only put a finger on them later. A bad mood that seems to come from nowhere may require tracing your steps to determine an origin. "
If the thought of figuring out your own emotions sounds daunting, there are a number of strategies you can use to get to the root of it.