Overcome your feeling
Hopeless thoughts can snuffs out the light in a person’s life. It can take something great, and make it seem like there is no point, no way of turning back, or nothing to look forward to. So often, it kills the desire to aim higher, reach further and keep moving forward. “Hope can be a powerful force. Maybe there’s no actual magic in it, but when you know what you hope for most and hold it like a light within you, you can make things happen, almost like magic.” Liana Taylor a powerful message to remember when times are bleak.
You can overcome feeling of hopeless
Although it is a constant and ever-present condition in everyone’s existence, it is how we use that wind to our advantage by not walking through the desert of affliction but by changing the inner process of thinking. Planning for the future begins with taking small steps in the right direction and not reflecting back into the past, but learning from it, for sure. The past certainly helps build part of who you are today, it shapes the way you see things and experience events.
Can choose to change or remain hopeless
It is not something that should be ignored. If you want to move forward stop looking back. Feeling hopeless? On the LAA boards today, someone posted the following cry for help: HOW exactly do I change, get well? HOW? I responded: I have answers and solutions, but you probably won’t like them.
Overcome hopeless feelings
Here are a couple of things you can do to start the ball rolling now already and get your life ready for the big changes that will happen as you grow older. Sometimes you have to let go of the things that are not good for you. Often this comes in the form of people. You may have a couple of friends that don’t really want the best for you, or you may be in a position that is not 100% good for your emotional well-being. Cut it, or them loose.
Yes you can have hope
- Move on
If you like to keep yourself “stuck” in a rut, you’re not alone, trust me. Give yourself the greatest gift you can give by cultivating the skill of moving on. Some things deserve to be left behind. Like a debt that’s already been paid. Or a friend who’s already asked for forgiveness. Or a problem that’s already been solved. Sometimes we “save things” for another day and it can make the road that leads to the future a long one.
- Build your environment
We don’t always have control over the opportunities that come our way, but when they do, take your opportunities with both hands, don’t let them slip away. In this way, you begin to build your future one brick at a time. Some people’s opportunities offer a truckload of bricks, others get it one brick a month – it doesn’t matter – keep building.
Keep looking for wisdom in everything. Be curious, ask questions, and learn all you can. This way you’ll keep growing. If you can, seek out the good in people and in situations
One way you won’t be able to build a future is if you don’t have the strength and energy to do it. Eat well, think well and do daily maintenance on what you build in your life.
- Be smart
Steer clear of things you know don’t lift you up. Engage in the things you know will inspire and motivate you.