Talking about it with someone you trust is sometimes the easiest way to feel better, although it may be temporary unless you can resolve the issues in your own mind. If these feelings continue or if you think a lot about being unhappy, instead of doing the things that make you happy, you should talk to a professional counselor. Sometimes talking to a trusted family member or close friend can cause a conflict because they may be unable to give unbiased advice or may be part of the problem. If you can keep yourself busy with activities or hobbies that you enjoy, you may find you are not thinking about being unhappy nearly as much. Exercise is a very important part of feeling better mentally and physically as well. By talking about your feelings, you may be able to answer some of the questions of "why" you feel unhappy, sometimes just by hearing yourself "say" your feelings out loud. The best therapists are the best "listeners". Good luck sunshine2!
What's making you unhappy if you know then fix it of you don't know find something to do excersie talk to a friend do volunteer work for children or elderly see how. Lucky you are to be here and healthy! Good luck
The best answer I can give you is from personal experience. I journal (normally) on a daily basis, in the evening and though I journal to God, you can journal to yourself, or anyone, the point is to get your thoughts out on paper where you can express them, and I find that allows me to work things out a little bit easier than trying to figure things out in my brain since us ladies keeps a lot of things flowing through our minds at any given time. Keeping you in prayer.