The human mind is such that when we have a bad experience we quicky jump to the conclusion that everything is bad.
However this may not be true. My therapist told me the same thing today and he worded it beautifully:
“Look at how much you have achieved amidst the Tsunami”
I do acknowledge that it is true. I have showed massive resiliency even in the face of adversity. Even though each time I felt like I was done and I could no longer go on but I stood back up and tried things a little differently each time.
The point of this post is to save yourself from falling into the everything is bad trap. Acknowledge the good things that happen to you despite all that goes wrong. Find the meaning in your encounters because they happen for a reason. Nothing is accidental.
It’s like you read my mind this morning. This is exactly how I’ve been feeling which as totally paralyzed me to the point where I don’t want to go back to school at all.
Hey, not all is bad ?
It’s do or die for me and I don’t deal well with this kind of pressure, especially when I fear the same thing will happen again. In my world it’s bad, it feels bad anyways.
Try and look at the silver lining. There is always one ?
True. I’ve been trying to look at all my accomplishments and all the times I dusted myself off after failure and my outlook is changing. It’s easier to keep moving forward that way.
when something beautiful happens to me, it is difficult to believe, that it will last☀️, but positive thinking helps to move forward and to enjoy the moment❤️
Great minds think alike ?