When Things Keep Going Wrong

I can tell you from my own life experience that life is a wild ride. So remember that everyone suffers in life at some point. Everyone feels lost sometimes.

The key is using your experiences to grow, inch by inch. You become stronger and wiser. Leave a comment below and share your thoughts. Photo by: Jessica Neuwerth. Jim: You sound incredibly strong and blessed with the power to endure these adversities. I am confident you will continue to take the next best step.

Ellen: Thank you for sharing a piece of your story with us. Angel and I have experienced loss in our lives as well. I resonate entirely with your views. All: Thank you for everything you have shared. Angel and I just read through every one of your comments, and you continue to move and motivate us. Another way of stating look for the positive and good in everything! I am challenged by overcoming my negative thoughts, and reading your blog regularly has helped immensely!

A story of positivity I would like to share, my very best friend passed away from cancer nearly 2 years ago, a wonderful positive person! I often commented on how positive she was, she had people around her supporting her and she was a pleasure to visit.

I only hope that if I was in her shoes, with all I have learned from your blog and from my friend, I would be positive too! Like many before me this article really hit home. I am at a crossroads in my life. I can stay in an unhealthy relationship and live very comfortable while accomplishing many dreams. Thank you for that last paragraph. It was precisely what I needed. From one bestselling author to another and from one person who cares to another, thank you for doing all you can to be a difference for somebody.

Sometimes we can change things, other times we simply have to change the way we look at things. Yes, my life as I knew it fell apart on September 16, , when my husband of 33 years walked out and left me for good. My husband has deep emotional problems, and even is socially and emotionally stunted in his growth as a human being. I was adopted? At age 56 years old, this was shocking news, because I never knew about it, nor my brother.

David then read the documents that were in English, because I was born in Germany to a French woman, out of wedlock, with the name of Darlene Barbara. Half the documents are in German, and half in French. Accept what is, no matter what. Be grateful. First, Tiffany was still alive. Second, I got home just in time to rescue her. Neutralize the negative. Return to the present moment.

Trust yourself. Even though this felt like an urgent crisis, I took my time considering the options. And so I did. I forgave her. Feeling shocked, anxious, and dejected is no fun. Imagine even reaching a state of inner peace as you take action to make things right again. If I can do it, you can too.

About Linda Wattier Linda Wattier is a writer and board certified life coach. Web More Posts. See a typo or inaccuracy?

Please contact us so we can fix it! Did you enjoy this post? Please share the wisdom :. Free Download: Buddha Desktop Wallpaper. I need to move on Pandemic Pregnancy! This is stupid. Most of those thinking this way never get a chance to feed those egos anyway because they never come up with something good. Your idea may be the best one. Your opinion may be the right one. Nevertheless, getting another perspective can only help. Even bad ideas have known to spark amazing ones.

The best way to avoid hating your life is to remind yourself that you have a good life. When things go wrong, life gets a little bit darker. So be mindful, approach them with humor, and pay attention. For example, you might get stuck in traffic, miss your train, find that the flight tickets are booked out, or find that a spontaneous event arises which messes up your plans. You might feel a sense of queasiness or sickness inside of you. This negative gut feeling might not go away, no matter what thoughts you have or plans you make.

The temporary shock of losing something wakes you up. Fiery arguments and silly disagreements keep popping up constantly.

These arguments might be with your loved ones or with random strangers. You might have a single thought that keeps circling around your mind or a fearful scenario that may be playing out over and over again. Sickness seems to be preventing you from doing what you want to do. You might develop chronic headaches, migraines, colds, or other forms of sickness that demand you to slow down.

Negative omens are highly personal and subjective, and as such, they change all the time. For example, I might see a flock of black crows as a negative omen or broken traffic lights as a sign that a certain decision of mine is misguided. Be aware and conscious of how your mind reacts to different signs throughout the day. For example, you might accidentally say something to offend your boss which causes them to stop giving you regular shifts.

On the other hand, you might get into a car accident or have a household mishap which causes you to remain crippled in a bed for a few days or weeks. Include your email address to get a message when this question is answered. By using this service, some information may be shared with YouTube. There is very little difference between people, but that very little difference makes a big difference. The little difference is attitude.

The big difference ,is whether it is positive or negative! Helpful 3 Not Helpful 0. Helpful 1 Not Helpful 0. Out attitude toward life determines life's attitude towards us - John C. Helpful 1 Not Helpful 1. Related wikiHows. Co-authors: 9. Updated: October 25, Categories: Attitude Psychological Resilience.

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I will instruct you and teach you in the way you should go; I will counsel you with my loving eye on you.” (Psalm ) 5) “The Lord is a refuge for the oppressed, a stronghold in times of trouble. Those who know your name trust in you, for you, Lord, have never forsaken those who seek you.” (Psalm ).

9 thoughts on “When Things Keep Going Wrong”

  1. Feb 18,  · Keep a positive attitude by remaining focused on solutions, skills, and strengths. Start small. Spend time with the people who support you. Appreciate the things going well, savor simple pleasures, and try to find the hidden gifts in the difficult times. Take care of yourself. Treat yourself with love and respect.
  2. 7 Habits That Keep You Strong (Even When Things Go Wrong) By Linda Wattier “I’m stronger because of the hard times, wiser because of my mistakes, and happier because I have known sadness.” ~Unknown. It’s happened to most of us. Despite our best intentions, something goes dreadfully wrong.
  3. Feb 28,  · A lot of the time things aren’t so much going wrong as they aren’t going great. Because we consider going wrong basically anything that falls short of our expectations, even when things .
  4. Jun 26,  · 2. Some Things are Going Right. When things are going wrong, it’s hard to recognize what is going right. It’s easy to screen out the good things and only focus on the bad things. Remind yourself that some things are going right. Purposely look for the positive, even if it is something very small. 3. I Have Some Control.
  5. Jan 08,  · The best thing you can do is to keep going. When you feel like quitting, remember that sometimes things have to go very wrong before they can be right. Sometimes you have to go through the worst, to arrive at your best. Yes, life is tough, but you are tougher. Find the strength to .
  6. The next time you feel frustrated or at the end of your rope over something in life, just remember the following quotes to keep things in perspective. 11 Quotes to Remember When Everything Is Going Wrong. 1. Sometimes you just need to talk to a four year old .
  7. Oct 22,  · This is the real answer about what to do when everything seems to be going wrong: find a way to transform your perspective so that obstacles feel like opportunities. But if .
  8. It has been for me. Many times, I’ve thought life was finally getting better, only to find out I was wrong. It was just the calm before the next devastating storm. Nothing was better. In fact, life became even harder. I grew afraid to even hope again. Because hoping just brought more pain. I wondered where God was when things kept getting worse.
  9. Though I agree there are things in your life you can control, there are far more that you can’t. And those are the things you simply have to hand over to God. Because truthfully, n o amount of worry is going to change the outcome! So let go and give your concerns to God! When you do, life will become simpler. You’ll begin to breathe again.

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