There are many hard times in life we have to go through. Here are my tips on how to pass the hard times. I think that nowadays people find that making a difference is so difficult. It seems that there is nothing we can do except scream endlessly into the void of blog and articles to express their frustration with with current affairs. And we are all cripplingly aware of the fact that this is useless. We don’t know if We are particularly effected by this. We feel We might be. Grappling with our powerlessness has been an unending effort throughout my life and it has impacted us greatly. Fearful of leaving no legacy, We often wonder what career path will make us effect the world the most.
Accept that there are no explanations. You can’t fix what’s done or can’t get back at what you have lost. Cry and grieve. Sometimes its hurt, its hurt so much that you feel like your chest will cave in and the only thing stopping It are the gasps of air you take in between the tears. You couldn’t relive your life, skipping the awful parts, without losing what made it worthwhile. You had to accept it as a whole–like the world, or the person you loved.
When you feel sad and lost, try to focus on your basic needs. Eat, sleep, take a shower, and do only the things you need to do. Cancel the unimportant ones. Treat yourself the way you would treat a small child feed yourself healthy food and make sure you spend time outside put yourself to bed early let yourself take naps don’t say mean things to yourself, don’t put yourself in danger.
3. Focus on the good
Take it easy, focus on the things that make you happy. Don’t push yourself. Pick only the things you are capable of doing and what gives you joy. But remember that you have to move to move on, somehow. you just pick your head up and stare at the something beautiful like the sky, or the ocean and you move on. Let yourself encourage you to get up every day and focus on what you do have in life. Be thankful for the blessings of the little things, even when you don’t get what you expect.
Grieve and write down your feelings. It helps you to analyze the thing you are going through. It doesn’t matter how it’s going to turn out, important is to get your feelings out of your head. It helps. You have to wake up every day and look in the mirror, and you want to be proud of the person who’s looking back at you. And you can only do that if you’re being honest with yourself and being a person of high character. You have an opportunity every single day to write that story of your life. Your writing voice is the deepest possible reflection of who you are. The job of your voice is not to seduce or flatter or make well-shaped sentences. In your voice, your readers should be able to hear the contents of your mind, your heart, your soul.
When you’re ready, talk to someone close to you about your feelings. It might take even a year to be able to speak up about the situation you’re going through. But when you’re ready, talk. It helps you to start feeling happy again. The power to see change in your life can be found in the words you speak. You have the power to set the destiny for your life by what comes out of your mouth. “Everybody has chapter don’t read it loud.” “Just because things aren’t good now. Doesn’t mean they will be that way forever.”
6. Figure out something new
Find a new hobby or do something you have never done before to make you feel energetic and happy. Focus on the happy thoughts and feelings. Maybe you can find new friends too. Learn and teach something new everyday. Creativity is the process of bringing something new into being. “You want to suggest something new, but at the same time, resolve the drama of the action in the novel.” “Life is like a piano. White keys represents joy. Black show sadness. As you go through life, remember that the black keys make music too.”
7. Look back
It’s OK to look back and see the good and the sad moments what you went through. It gives you the feeling that you have had a life to be grateful for. It’s OK to miss, feel sad and cry. That way you learn to appreciate your life even more. Memories, even your most precious ones, fade surprisingly quickly. But I don’t go along with that. The memories I value most, I don’t ever see them fading. No matter what happens.. Some memories can never be replaced. Talking online is inevitably going to fail. I don’t know where I am going with this, I’m mostly just expressing my internal struggle with the desire to make a difference and the inability to do so.
“Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves.”
“Knowing your own darkness is the best method for dealing with the darkness’s of other people.”