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In today's audio, our friends from The Art Of Improvement give us some great advice on how to rebuild your life by developing one simple habit.
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How To Rebuild Your Life When Everything Falls Apart
(Originally appeared at dailypositiveinfo.com)
Life is never monotonous. Not every day is the same. We all have our ups and downs. Where there are happy times, there is also a time when life knocks you down so hard that you find it impossible to get back up.
It may be that you didn’t get the job you have been working so hard for. It may be that the love of your life betrayed you. It may be that you just had a major fight with your best friend. It may be that you lost someone very close to you to death. It may be all of these things.
Life can fall apart in so many ways. The intensity with which traumas hit us may vary but we all know what it feels like when nothing is falling into place. You feel like giving up, leaving everything behind and start fresh – but it isn’t the solution. Here’s how you can rebuild your life when it falls apart.
1. Let those feelings sink in
Do you know what I think? I think its self-infliction when we run from feeling the turmoil raging within us. I think we do injustice to ourselves when we lock those feelings and avoid acknowledging them. It isn’t a way out.
You won’t stop feeling if you try not to feel. The feelings of hurt, pain, and agony are still there. In fact, the more you ignore them, the more they will get the better of you. It will be excruciating to allow those feelings to be felt but you need to.
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You need to embrace those feelings, scream to the capacity of your lungs, cry till you can shed no more tears but acknowledge what you are feeling. It is the only way you can free yourself from that terrible pain.
2. Opt for a new mindset
After you have acknowledged your feelings, you need to adopt a new mindset. You can’t let yourself live in the same mental state. It becomes an inescapable prison.
You start living in an unending vicious cycle of misery. It’s why it is crucial you change your thinking. You need to let yourself move forward. You can’t let your pain control you – you need to control it.
You know how you feel and you know you don’t want to feel that way. Make your way through that pain. Let that pain be your guide to your salvation. Yes, it will ask for a lot of you. It will be hard. Keep moving on.
3. Do something new for yourself
The times of misery are gone. You have embraced your feelings and chosen a new mindset. Now, act on the new mindset and look for something refreshing, something which will make you happy and stir excitement in your life.
Recall all the things you wanted to do but couldn’t get yourself to do them. Make a list and follow it. A little change of environment, hobbies or even people around you will make a huge difference. New stuff brings happiness. They bring positivity.
Step out of your comfort zone and allow yourself to heal.
4. Show yourself some kindness
It all starts with you. When your life falls apart, it is you who needs the most care. Unfortunately, we are the only ones always available for ourselves.
We have to look after our own. Yes, there will be your friends and family but nobody can love you as you can love yourself. Invest in self-love and self-care. It will allow you to grow and heal. You will be struggling but you will struggle with grace. Change can be overwhelming but it will be for the better.
Be true to yourself and start showing yourself some extra love.
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5. Practice gratitude
Sure, your life is messed up. Sure, all you see is darkness. Sure, your life seems bleak. Sure, you see no hope. Sure, it’s all too much of a burden. Yet, you survived. Yet, you lived through so many wonderful times. Yet, there’s still so much you have to live for.
We, humans, always find a reason to pinpoint the lacking but we fail to acknowledge what is present. You will only learn to appreciate what you have when you don’t have it. Try being thankful for everything that is still there. Be thankful you still live.
Gratitude can do wonders. It will allow you to feel better. It will make your life seem better. Recollect the memories of all the good times you spent and be thankful for them. You will see how wonderfully well it works.
(Read more at dailypositiveinfo.com)
15 Ways To Rebuild Your Life When You’re Broken Inside
Life is full of challenges, obstacles, and struggles. But it is also filled with endless opportunities that can make you believe in miracles. There are the days when we experience unbelievable highs, while the very next day we may experience heartbreaking lows. This is the nature of life. Most of the time it is important for us to go through the pain and suffering so that we can become a stronger version of ourselves. Hence, it is important to have the mindset that will get you through this low phase and help you reclaim your life.
There are numerous things that can bring our lives to a complete stop like severe illness, losing our jobs, a breakup or divorce, loss of a loved one, etc. Experiences like these can adversely affect our psychology and even break our spirit. We can end up feeling isolated, unmotivated, and lost as our life gyrates downwards. But life is a series of ups and downs. Nothing ever remains the same. Life changes constantly with time. But that doesn’t mean time will heal all your wounds. No, it just won’t. The only thing that will make your life better is your actions. The only thing that will matter is what you decide to do next with your life.
(continue reading at themindsjournal.com)
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How To Overcome Dysfunctional Behaviors and Rebuild Your Life
Recently, people have become more and more open about their experiences with depression and anxiety, which is a good thing. Mental health issues shouldn’t be stigmatized so it’s important to constantly have conversations about problems that all of us deal with, at least once in a lifetime. Some people are genetically predisposed to suffer from mental illnesses, while others can be traumatized by certain tragic events that can be the trigger for depression or any other mental health issue.
Losing a loved one, getting divorced, or being fired from a job can all cause one to feel deeply hurt. Unfortunately, a lot of people aren’t equipped with healthy coping mechanisms, so they fall into a downward spiral very quickly and when others notice it, it’s often too late. For a lot of us, dysfunctional behaviors are part of the identity which makes the treatment very difficult, but with the right mindset and help, everything can be dealt with. Read on if you want to learn the ways to deal with mental health issues in order to live a happy and productive life.
(continue reading at goodmenproject.com)
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