We're going through a tough time, there's always new news on the agenda. Our mood is mixed, we are sorry, how to deal with future anxiety, we are worried, sometimes we are hopeful, sometimes we are hopeless...
But no matter how much life came at us, there was always a way out, there always was. Our view of life is actually shaped by the reactions we give when we're experiencing things. And our reactions affect our mood. So if our reactions are in our hands, it should always be up to us to create positive emotions and be happy, enjoyable, peaceful, right?
"How's that going to work? What are we going to do about things that happen independently of us?"
Therefore, I have a few suggestions for you to reduce your worries and feel more at peace:
Think about what's worrying you: Could you control what happened?
Let your perception of what we can and cannot control be clear. Try to see that your sadness or anger about situations you can't change is only due to how you choose to react.
Remember, in life you can only control your own ideas and reactions. You have no chance to change the perceptions, opinions and actions of others.
When you have to give up when you have to try, don't give up and insist when you have to give up.
A Japanese proverb says, "Fall seven times, get up eight times."
If your perception of what you can change is clear, you can determine when to give up and when to keep trying.
Remember, life is not always a struggle, sometimes it seems the hardest to let go and wait, but it is best. He always finds his way to the waterway.
Ask yourself about the situation you're worried about: Is this the first time you've seen something like this?
Maybe yes, it's the first time it's happen to you, but think about it, you can't be the first person on earth to live on it. It's comforting to think like that and then see life go on and get to this point, isn't it?
Remember, you're not the first, and you won't be the last. And it was never easy, but there was always a way out, which is what you've come to.
Remember the power of Now
Anxiety occurs when you think about the future or the past. I mean, it doesn't have a place in it right now. It's a game that your mind plays on you.
You get that feeling, thinking like something didn't happen and it's bad. So you create this fiction in your mind. Whereas you are now, your mind is playing games with you in the future.
Remember, you only think about what might happen in the past or the future when your mind comes into play, and you load up on feelings such as anxiety, anxiety, anger, fear. "Now" keeps you in reality. "Live in the moment! Carpe Diem!"
Spend time with loved ones
Trust is at the heart of relationships. No matter who the spouse, mother, father, child, friends are, a sense of trust lies at the heart of your commitment to the people you love. When the person feels safe, he becomes more peaceful and happy, creating reasons for himself to look at life more positively.
As the holiday approaches, immerse yourself more in your circle of trust. Spend time with your loved ones, feel the confidence you feel from their presence.
Finally, one of the world's most ancient knowledge: BE THANKFUL
You can always find something to be thankful for, there is a reason to be thankful even when you feel most hopeless. For example, the way you can still feel it.
Remember, the traumas we experience in life are our strengths. Every time we come out of what we think we're defeated, we learn more and get stronger, and we're out.
Have a hopeful holiday with your loved ones.
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