Have you been pursuing your passion and venturing to achieve your dreams? If you said yes, great, and if you have hit some potholes along the road to success then don’t worry. It’s completely normal.
Everyone has low points, days when they feel like giving up, and mistakes they’ve made. It’s how you handle these situations and grow that leads you one step closer to success, in some way, shape, or form.
The best thing to do is to look at whatever poor situation, or you could say negative situation, that you are experiencing as a learning experience or a stepping stone. You can gain wisdom and experience from each of these experiences that will ultimately shape who you are someday.
Thanks for reading. I hope this was positive and encouraging. Just remember to keep your chin up and channel that negative energy into something positive for yourself. That’s how you get over these stepping stones I am talking about.
Depress literally means to slow down, and so it’s not crazy to think that the term means that you are at a slow pace or energy. You probably want to and need to liven up and not have those dreary, upset feelings.
As I’ve said before, having a passion is beneficial and being passionate about something is extremely helpful in a situation where you’re depressed.
I’m not saying this would positively work for someone who is clinically depressed and is on medicine, but I also don’t see why it wouldn’t. That being said, here is my advice: take that thing that you are passionate about and make progress in that hobby in some way, shape, or form.
For example, I enjoy blogging and being expressive along with lifting weights. I not only keep the depression away for the most part by exercising, but when I do start to feel bad for basically no reason(or even with some sort of reason), these hobbies always pull me out of a depression when it hits. I just become very mindful of my attitude, and when I start to think negative thoughts or feel bad about myself I will write a new blog post for you or do some weight training.
As a result, I’m being progressive and expressive rather than depressive and expressionless.
I hope you give this a shot and progress towards being great at something you love doing, rather than wasting time beating yourself up. Thanks for reading!
Go further than you ever dreamed possible,
Always push your limits,
Get to the point where you want to give up but don’t,
Don’t ever quit. Keep moving forward. Do great things. Astound others at your personal achievement. More importantly, astound yourself.