Remaining strong through unfortunate circumstances can be difficult. Feelings of stress and incapability are probably amongst the worst because in order to get where you need or wish to be, you have to be in a good and clear head space. How else will you be able to tackle future obstacles? How will you be able to accept the good that is to come in the end?
There have been times when almost every aspect of my life felt sort of incomplete all at once. Trying to find the road to a better career and love life that was designed specifically for me was an everyday struggle. There was no happiness in having everything everywhere. I also knew that depending on anyone or anything outside of myself for that happiness was not going to be an option. I suppose my choice to stick with this rule was where my strength began. Life is about lessons and growth, and I was forcing myself to figure it all out.
After thinking up solutions all while going through ever-changing emotions, I realized an important key to getting to the mental balance I had been searching for. It was about controlling the things that I could and accepting the things that I couldn’t. This probably doesn’t sound too easy, however, if there are proven methods you can use to reach your goals, all it takes is the attempt. If there are issues you can do nothing about, learning to not blame yourself is the solution.
Trusting in this concept will take you beyond the places you’ve imagined because you have prepared yourself to be able to give your best. Everyone has plans and then there are many people who have this big vision of how their life is going to play out. Things don’t always happen the way we want them to. Sometimes one situation comes up, shakes the road up a bit, and all hope is gone; you may not necessarily know what the next phase will be. It is extremely easy to sit in that negative headspace, but realizing your inner power and your true capability; accepting the fact that there are indeed going to be bumps in roads you have yet to travel…THAT is what will keep you going.
Written by Essence Mason