I don't know if this happens to anyone else but it does happen to me quite often. On Friday morning, when most people are in a good mood (TGIF) and looking forward to the weekend, I tend to go the opposite way. I think some of it is to blame that I don't care for phony people. In other words, on Friday's everyone seems to be all joyful and smiling and laughing, etc. They all seem to be in a good mood because the weekend is near which means no work. Ok. I can understand that. But come Monday, these same people walk around with looks of anger, misery, disgust on their face. They are not smiling, or laughing or joyful by any means. Some are downright nasty. By Thursday, that frown slowly begins to turn to a smile and by Friday, everyone is happy. Perhaps I dwell on this and it irritates me that they are so phony. Or maybe, seeing everyone else so happy gets me depressed because I can't seem to reach that level of happiness. I truly don't know the answer. I will tell you that when I leave work on Friday, I am glad I don't have to work Sat and Sunday so the fact I get depressed on Friday has nothing to do with my job or the people I work with. In other words, I don't miss anything related to work that would cause me to be depressed over the weekend. Anyone else experience this at all?
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