Goddess of Misery, Anxiety, Depression and Physical and Mental Pain
OIZYS (Oizys) was the Greek Goddess of Misery, Anxiety and Depression, though her scope is sometimes extended to include woe also. By many, she is considered to represent pain and therefore preside over that too. Others cite her as representing the wretchedness of the earth and the unhappiness in humans, encompassing the great pains felt both physically and mentally. She was seen as a figure of calamity and misfortune. Although considered a daimona by some (a personified demon), by others she was considered to be the primordial goddess of anxiety and depression. Whilst she may not have a large cult following, she does have a large amount of mythological weight to her name.
Behind every beautiful thing, there's some kind of pain.
–George RR Martin
History and Myths
Daimona of Misery Goddess of Misery, Anxiety and Depression Representation of Mental and Physical Pain, the Wretchedness of the Earth and Human Unhappiness