(On the flip side if I can't make that close contact then I'm likely to be a complete hermit for the rest of the day; online contact or telephone calls lack the amount of proper feedback to be comforting. It can even make things worse as the tendency is to start looking at every response in SOME sort of negative tone. They're taking forever to respond, are they made at me? That sort of thing.)
The mood - like that pain in your leg or side - always goes away, eventually. Good conversation, sleeping, or even a nice marathon gaming session can brush the whispers aside and let me shake it off. It will pass. Hell, I will probably feel better by the time I'm walking in the door at home tonight - a change of scenery usually helps. These twinges haven't even been all that common over the past few months, and things have been really good overall. It's worth jotting these things down, though. I need to get back in practice of doing this so that when something BIG hits, I can use this as a release valve.