If you ever experience a trauma or hardship in your life then personally you’ll appreciate the advice handed to you in this article. Although it’s not on a silver platter with magic beans that guarantee to fix all the qualms vexing you at the moment, it just may help to satisfy a small part .
- There is someone who needs you and perhaps depends on you. Like it or not, someone is out there now who cannot endure the thought of living life without you. Therefore, it is your obligation to stay breathing for that person(s). In order to get through, whatever torturous ordeal you’re vexed with, someone needs your love and that is worth everything. It could be a family members, friends, or someone you’ve met on Facebook. Anchor yourself to the realism of how important you are to others.
- The grass really is greener on the other side. The great thing about falling on your butt, you’re given the opportunity to pick yourself right back up. So, dust off the broken pieces of your life that have assembled into a chip on your shoulder and start over with a clean slate. No one needs to be the wiser. Control your own fate now that you are on the mend. Be yourself for a change, trust me. There are plenty of people who will appreciate and accept the real you and do not settle for anything less. To hell with everyone else.
- Today is a new day which makes it special. Instead of dreading the strange and unfamiliar, embrace the unknown as if life is giving you a new adventure today. The pain never goes away however, you do learn to live with it and in some weird way adapt to what it represents. Eventually it will no longer control you but guide you. Not really able to explain exactly how this happens, but nonetheless it does. And there it is.
Believe it or not, as someone who’s been there, it is not as bad as it seems. Really! What delivers many from their infliction’s is remembering, there’s always something worse that can happen and has happened to someone else. Does this mean that what you have been through is inconsequential? No it doesn’t. It simply means, things can always be so much worse than what they already are or have been.