Do you remember a time in your life where you went to bed bawling your eyes out and woke up the next morning still crying? Days when you thought it wasn’t possible to get out of bed, let alone function? Or months that blurred into oblivion on no more than three to four hours of sleep per night When you’re in the middle of what feels like the point of no return, it might look like there’s no way out. At least not one that doesn’t involve pills, Prozac or piling on the pounds. When I was going through my own dark night of the soul, 2 things stood out as getting me through it:
It happens to everyone at some point. You’re in your flow and life is feeling good. Then something happens and before you know it you’re waking up with a tightening in your chest and feeling like a deer in headlights. Instead over analysing and worrying yourself into a frenzy, here are 6 things you can do to break the negative spiral and get your groove back when you're suddenly feeling stuck...
It’s interesting how often we’re asked the question, “What do you want?” Sometimes we’re able to meet this with an emphatically clear, “This AND this, please!” And sometimes we're not. Whether limiting beliefs get in the way, or you have too many possibilities to choose from, all of a sudden that carefree gut feeling that knew exactly what you wanted turns into a feeble, uninspired, “Well, I know what I don’t want ...” Dive with me now into the infinite barrel of possibility and think about the following five truths to creating the life you really want:
If you can understand the power of feeling good right now, and not waiting until you’ve lost the weight, found the guy/girl or got the job, you hold the key to always feeling fulfilled, satisfied and joyful.The key is to remember that you are the creator of your own life and you get to decide exactly how you’re going to feel about whatever situation you find yourself in.