If A Friend is Feeling Sad, Trying to 'Cheer Them Up' Might Not Be The Best Approach

When we're down or melancholy, the last thing we need is someone who will jolly us along.

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If A Friend is Feeling Sad, Trying to 'Cheer Them Up' Might Not Be The Best Approach