Everyone faces challenges throughout their life.
We’ve all experienced a bad day, bad week or bad year where it feels like things couldn’t possibly get worse, and then it does.
Whether you’re having money problems, relationship troubles, or just an unexpected string of bad luck, life can feel overwhelming at times.
It’s okay to feel frustrated or hopeless during periods of hardship. Everyone gets that way from time to time.
The trick is learning how to pick yourself up when life seems to be pushing you down.
You need to find the inner strength to overcome today’s challenges and regain hope for your future.
Tomorrow is a New Day
There are countless clichés about how the sun will come out tomorrow, or how things always seem darkest before the dawn, because it’s true.
There have been so many moments in my life where I felt desperate and doomed, only to have everything turn out better than I ever imagined.
If you think back on struggles you’ve experienced in your past, I’m certain there were situations that you survived despite how impossible they may have felt when you were going through it.
Survival begins with the belief that you will survive.
No Knight in Shining Armor
It’s normal to wish for a knight in shining armor to rush in and save us when everything seems to be falling apart.
We’ve all read countless fairytales where a heroic man saves the damsel in distress from complete disaster.
It’s a nice thought, but not how real life works. We can’t wait for a man to save us.
We must learn how to save ourselves.
When life starts to weigh on your shoulders, think back to a time when you felt the same way. Think about how you overcome that obstacle. You can tap into that same mindset and find the strength to believe it will get better.
Take it day by day and find little ways to work towards a resolution to your problems. Ask for advice, research your options and make a plan to put your life back together.
Always remember the power is in your hands.
It’s your life and only you are responsible for its success. Do whatever you can to hold it together and have faith that today’s troubles will soon become tomorrow’s triumphs.
You have the ability to become your own hero.
I believe in you.
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By Jenn Sadai