how much effort you put into a situation life just happens and everything
crumbles and collapses around you. There is no specific reason for it, no
pattern or law that governs these things. Bad things happen and there is little
we can do to stop something that spins out of control. When something bad
happens and you’re having a hard time coping with it there are ways to
alleviate the pain. We hope these tips will be of use to you as you fight difficulties
ahead of you:
your troubles and see where the depression is coming from. Find out what the
underlying pain is and why you feel that way. Identifying that part of you is
essential in understanding your emotions and how you can subtly push them in
the right direction after the event has occurred. The root of the problem must
be addressed before you can move on. If that was because of a bad breakup or
something similar you must come to terms with the solution taken by your or
your ex, to understand the underlying currents and the reasons for what
happened. Then you need to forgive yourself, finding a reason to move on and to
out, broken and beaten by life these words may sound like a true cliché, but
deep down inside you know you can do this. You know and everyone telling you to
get a grip already knows that things could always be immeasurably worse by far.
This may not always help you in getting over things, but its a start and you
deserve all the support you can get. Even though such words may mean a little
at first in time you will find out and understand that your situation has
opened possibilities and because of it you will come out stronger, both
emotionally and mentally. This experience will serve to guide you in the coming
years and you will know something others don’t know.
time in which you will feel like overeating on sweets, ice cream or downing glass
after glass of hard liquor. Everyone tries to find a way to escape from
emotions more or less and those who face their troubles head-on are truly rare.
You can do better than that for yourself however. How? By doing something
positive instead of wallowing in self-pity and depression. Pets are wonderful
for soaking up all of those feelings of misery. Play with your pet, give them
love and they will love you back. Cats and dogs are especially good at sensing
your emotions and they will be interested in how you feel if you have a strong
enough connection with them. It will certainly not solve your problems, but it
will reduce the stress you feel and they will make you smile by being who they
are. Make sure you eat a healthy diet and avoid junk food as this will only
extend the cycle of feeling terrible. Alcohol should also be avoided in large
quantities as it will not help you achieve anything.
beverages containing caffeine will boost your negative emotions chemically.
Although you may feel a rush of energy at first it is usually followed by the
“crashing” feeling which then opens the way for further depression. Avoid these
drinks and focus on positive activities instead such as exercise, hobbies,
music, seeing your friends and getting enough sleep.
possible solution for when you feel you just can’t take it anymore. Sometimes
we need the emotional support of friends, family and if bad comes to worse that
of a therapist. The last one should be the absolute last choice as you don’t
really need chemically-induced help if you can handle the pressure with the
help of your loved ones.
housewife. She is always striving to be positive and in dreaming big. Therefore Cindy
is constantly searching for the lightest, cleanestand purest side of life.