Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance
Perhaps the hardest part of life is learning how to deal with heartache. No matter how well you plan or how much effort you put in, bad things happen, even to good people. Often life will give you more than you think you can handle, and you may get sad, mad, or just disgusted with everything and everyone. But life goes on.
And since time stops for no one, you can’t wallow in your sorrows for too long. No matter what has happened, you still have responsibilities, and you can’t afford to let everything lapse. Even if it’s easier said than done, you must try to look on the bright side.
Finding humor in bad situations can be difficult, but it’s usually there somewhere, even if you have to search for it. And most of the time, you will find that things could be worse. Remember all the positive things in your life, and concentrate on them. Look to your friends and family for support.
Focusing on the good will help you build yourself back up again. And eventually your wounds will heal, and you will be glad that you didn’t let your troubles weigh you down too greatly.
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