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Professional Speaker’s Advice on How to get Over Feeling Sorry for Yourself

Depression is a very deep pit that is hard to come out of.

Depression is a deep pit that is hard to climb out of. Professional speaker Andy Core cites feeling sorry for yourself as a major barrier to success.

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Well Being, and Peak Human Performance.

Don’t Think Negative

Negative thoughts and attitudes often affect us in a number of ways and will eventually consume us. Sometimes those closest to us do a great job in reminding us of our shortcomings or things we want to erase quickly from our life. You might find yourself in that place where you feel sorry for yourself and these reminders won’t do you any good. You need to shut out these negative thoughts and people so that you can stop going back to that place. There is no need for people to remind you what you already know.

Move On

The reason why we often feel sorry for ourselves is that we often are stuck in thought on something of the past. Stop dwelling on things of the past and move on to the future. Nothing productive will come from thinking about how bad the situation you are in is. The best you can do is start doing something about the situation and it starts with moving on from what has already happened.

Exercise Trick Never Gets Old

Exercises never get old. They are a traditional and still working method of letting off steaming. You often feel like you have taken a load off your shoulders once you have exercised. It doesn’t matter what you are going to do as long as it’s exercise like jogging or walking, etc. Professional speaker Andy Core says it’s your choice and the effect is the same.

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What is the Best Remedy for Lonesome Sadness?

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance

It happens to everyone. You feel sad and alone sometimes. If you’re feeling that way on a regular basis, though, it’s probably time to do something about it.

Taking on a more positive attitude toward your relationships can help.

Taking on a more positive attitude toward your relationships can help.

If you’re dealing with lonesome sadness because you live alone and have few friends, or no close family, then your first step should be to put forth the effort to meet new people. This is not always easy, but can be achieved by joining a gym or a sports team, or by attending an art class or some other social activity in your area.

If you have plenty of friends and family, but still feel lonely and sad, the problem may just be coming from within yourself.

Once you begin to emit positive energy to those around you, you will be far more likely to get positive energy in return. A true friend will love you, even when you’re in a bad mood, but if you allow yourself to get too far down, it can be hard for even those who love you the most to hang in there.

Loneliness is a state of mind. If you always feel lonely or sad, you probably need to reevaluate your needs and start healing yourself. The first step is usually trying to think more happy thoughts.

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