#1
I was reading an article today and it said that the scenery (weather, location, hemisphere etc) can affects ones mood and even anxiety towards others. Whether it's good or bad it's still affective. Even trees can apparently be subconciously depressing. Apart from the obvious sun = good. rain = bad perception, do you guys reckon this is aload of rubbish, or is it actually true? Discuss.
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#2
True.


We associate things with emotions and when they are there, they trigger our mind to spew out those emotions.
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Of course it's true..

Why do you think people look out the window and say 'what a miserable day' when it's raining.
Or 'what a nice day' when it's sunny.


Your missing the point.
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Of course it's true..

Why do you think people look out the window and say 'what a miserable day' when it's raining.
Or 'what a nice day' when it's sunny.


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All I can tell you is that scenery changes your mood in the Sims, so I assume it is similar in real life.
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#6
Did they give a reason for why trees are subconciously depressing? I've always thought the opposite.
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#7
Oh, it makes a difference weather or not it is nice outside for sure.
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#8
Well. This can be depressing..

http://www.swedrock.se/img/covers/Hypothermia-Gratoner.jpg

But then thats a sunny day right? I would call that a depressing enviroment.
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Did they give a reason for why trees are subconciously depressing? I've always thought the opposite.

Yeah, green stuff tends to be quite positive for people.
#10
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Your missing the point.


No he isn't. He is just stating the obvious examples and of course there are more subtle ways one can consciously/unconciously be affected by temperature, exposure to sun among other things. Man is still for a great deal a biological creature.
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Did they give a reason for why trees are subconciously depressing? I've always thought the opposite.


Are they really? I guess I could kinda understand...like a dark forest type setting but...I don't associate trees with sadness I don't think haha
#12
Sounds like it's probably true, and also the reason people take holidays. Yesterday I went with my Aunt to a nice, snow-laden, country village, and felt very happy and at peace, then I get back to the city and felt pretty crappy again because my surroundings were so dull and rundown. Seems to be the same principle.
#14
ive always liked the cloudy and snowy days, and hated the sunny ones

i guess its really just a preference thing
#15
I find I'm affected by the weather a shit ton, actually. Graveyards fill me with dread, forests either make me relaxed/peaceful or fearful/claustrophobic, I have a strong sense of desloation whenever it's overcast out, especially when noone's around, etc.
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Oh, it makes a difference weather or not it is nice outside for sure.

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Well. This can be depressing..

http://www.swedrock.se/img/covers/Hypothermia-Gratoner.jpg

But then thats a sunny day right? I would call that a depressing enviroment.


"Cn the scenery around you affect ones mood?"

It's still scenery.
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#17
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Your missing the point.

I don't think he's missing the point at all. People are generally more miserable on rainy days.

I've discovered that sometimes days that are cloudy, yet bright have an oddly inspiring effect on me however, as opposed to making me down.
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#19
of course its true. every single other animal on this planet is very affected by its surroundings. if you've ever had fish you'll know that if certain things in the tank are missing, or out of place, they can get extremely stressed, get sick, and die.

people are like every other animal and we are also affected by our surroundings.
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"Cn the scenery around you affect ones mood?"

It's still scenery.

I don't think the argument is whether or not it's actually scenery.
#21
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I don't think the argument is whether or not it's actually scenery.


He's saying that despite it being sunny, it's still gave off a depressive vibe.


I posted to say that it being sunny or not isn't the only factor here.


Looking over the post though, I don't really quite get what the point he's trying to get across is.
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#24
Very True.

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Very True.

I feel like shit if I wake up and my room is messy, or just any clutter around me makes me feel lousy.


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#26
I like overcast Saturday mornings, but hate overcast days. Love going into the City when its sunny on weekdays, especially around mid day.
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#27
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Looking over the post though, I don't really quite get what the point he's trying to get across is.

I'm not sure anyone here knows what anyone is trying to get across.
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Truth. It even comes down to your surroundings inside a building. I actually took that into consideration when I repainted my room. I painted it dark green to go with the dark wood furniture because it reminds me being in nature, which I absolutely love and also find very relaxing.
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