Hidamari and Aria are nice to watch after a shitty day at work.
>Asks what gets anons through tough times
>answered with a load of jump-off-bridge-in-tears core shit
Don't trust them OP. They're trying to suicide you.
Watch some Kyousougiga or Spirited Away and stay off /a/ for two weeks, you'll feel better.
Obviously everyone's coping method is different.
Personally watching happy shit just makes me feel like I'm fooling myself.
I prefer watching depressing anime to let out all the emotions that I've kept depressed inside.
Sometimes I'll watch the last two episodes for fun. I love the artillery sounds and effects.
When I'm bored, I'll watch the whole series.
Aiura is nice to watch if I feel like shit.
Whenever I get pissed off or sad and I try to watch some happy SoL where nothing goes wrong, it only makes me feel worse. Watching/listening to depressing shit is good to either sympathize or feel better that your situation isn't as shit as theirs.
There are a lot of lessons that this series has either taught me or reinforced in me. And the nostalgia softens the blows.
I just have to wait till Wednesday each week now. It's a nice thing to look forward to, and then the week is nearly halfway done.
I was hoping the Nagato Yuki anime would be this, too. But I don't feel that good when watching it, just down.
Nichijou for general cheefulness.
Birdy for amiable humour.
Bebop for weird and insightful.
Cat Returns to snuggle in my swag in front of tv with beer.
Soul Eater for Maka.
(Maka is love)
Any show where it's just a bunch of lovable characters getting up to silly antics
I'll watch something that can create miracles.
Some motherfucking Getter Robo.