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For People Feeling Behind In Life
Discovering Your Purpose When You Feel Like You Have None
Life can feel impossible sometimes. There's never enough time to get all of the homework done, break-ups happen, the relationship with your parents might be rocky, and friendships go through conflict. Sometimes things can get so overwhelming that you might want to crawl into your bed and never leave the safety of your covers. Or maybe your thoughts are more serious, and you've considered ending your life to escape your situation. No matter what you are going through, just know that you can get through this. Here are 20 questions to ask yourself if you are feeling hopeless, helpless, or just down in the dumps. Topic: Overwhelmed Topic: Suicidal Thoughts.
Im getting over a rough year. Im learning a lot more about myself, but still dont know what I want to do with my life. My life is pretty awesome, got friends,wife, great co-workers and a decent job with a decent pay. I feel good. Mercenary : I think you took the words out of my mouth, OP. It was like rapids pretty much the whole way through. I don't think it was a bad year though, I think I grew a lot and started to really realize a lot of things about myself.
By AAwosika07 Uncategorized. I drank 7 nights a week. During the days I would smoke weed and cigarettes in rotation until it was time to head out to the bar that night. I was lost, depressed, feeling worthless, and headed nowhere fast. I quit my job. I decided it was time for me to make a change. I started searching for ways to become better and grow.
A string of disappointments can easily make it difficult for anyone to feel good.
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At the Beginning of Your Journey Your Purpose Doesn’t Appear Big
Perhaps you had a purpose to be happily married , but then you were divorced. They, undoubtedly, are parts of your existence that contribute to valuable learning lessons in life. You grow as a person when experiencing the happier and the darker sides of life, which is something to be grateful for. Discovering your purpose is an on-going process and it depends solely on yourself. In Zen Buddhism , there are two types of minds: the thinking mind and the observing mind. They simply did what felt right to them, one step-at-a-time and that their purpose gained clarity as they took those steps.