I've been in a bit of a funk this past year, due to getting divorced last year. It has been just over a year now since my ex wife and I parted ways and she moved out of state. I was sad when we were going through the divorce last year, and I thought I had started feeling better about it, but in the past couple months or so, I've been feeling sad about the divorce again. Although sometimes honestly I felt like my ex was hard on me (which wasn't ideal), we did have good times, and I've been thinking back and missing her and missing the good times we had, and feeling sad that it's over. I feel like our marriage just slipped away. We're still in contact too (partially because we have some ongoing stuff), and although she was the one who brought up divorce, she has said she didn't want to get divorced (it was a situation where divorce seemed like the best option). I'm not sure I'd want to get back together with my ex (and I'm seeing someone new now too), but I'm still sad about how it ended and feel like part of my life & part of my self is missing. Earlier this year, I had started to lose interest in things I used to enjoy doing, including guitar/music playing. This is a sign of depression, and I may well be going through a depression right now. Recently I started to feel like getting back into things I used to enjoy, and I bought a guitar a couple months ago. More recently I've felt like getting back into retro video gaming (which is another thing I've enjoyed). I've bought a couple old video game consoles (which weren't too expensive), but I find I'm just not as motivated to be into things as I thought. I still haven't played guitar much lately either. Sometimes I feel like some of the hobbies & things I've been interested in just isn't very important or meaningful in the grand scheme of things. Have you ever felt that way? I have a feeling that might be a bad/dangerous thing to feel - I think it's good to have interests & be motivated in life. I don't want to slip into endlessly feeling unmotivated and uninterested in things.