There you are with your family and friends. They are doing well as well, yet you are feeling like your life is a Life Suck.
You’ve got a rough concept of what bothers you and you’ve yet to do something to address it. At the very least, something that is effective.
This article doesn’t offer unhelpful advice like “just cheer up, people have it worse, so you don’t have the right to feel like your life sucks!”.
You’ve likely heard this advice before, which is why you’re here.
There are a few extremely clear and practical steps that you can start today to improve your life and make it… better… more enjoyable.
It is possible to improve it and start now to make your life better tomorrow.
Here’s what you should take action when your considering “my life sucks! “.
Does your life really suck?
Everyone has thought about how bad their lives have become. It’s common for people to complain about their lives when they’ve fallen off the bus or are walking through the rain.
Quite often, this phrase is used in conjunction with the expression “FML”, which seems to be used in almost every conversation nowadays.
- Do you have had a hangover? FML my life gets a bit sour.
- Are you running late to work? FML My life is a Suck.
- Have you stepped over the side of your mattress? FML My life is a Suck.
You’re probably wondering what I’m trying to convey, isn’t it?
The problem is that the little issues don’t really explain why your life gets miserable.
If you’ve come across this post, I’m going to assume you’re dealing with more than just a hangover , or rainy day.
This article is written for people who think that their lives are a Suck for more than a few minutes at the time.
This article, for instance, is for you if:
- You get up each day with extreme anxiety and you dread the thought of getting to work.
- It is easy to feel lonely and depressed most of the time.
- You feel as if your life is not worth living and feel like you’re not worth your time each day
If you’re one of them are, then you’re in the right place.
You’ve probably heard people tell them to “cheer up already” or “put on your big boy pants”.
Perhaps you’ve used the “tactic”? If so I’m sure it didn’t work.
If you believe that your life is a Suck You need practical tips that will actually improve your life or attitude.
These steps may not be all that clear for you but have proven to work great for others in the same situation.
Let’s get started.
1. Note down what you’re having trouble with.
Write down precisely why you believe your life is a Suck.
Get a piece or paper, write the date and begin to write down every reason you’re in this particular situation.
There are many benefits of writing these questions and their answers:
- The act of writing down your problems allows you to face them.
- It helps you better understand the issue without losing focus.
- Note down something to prevent the idea from causing confusion inside your head. Consider this as clearing out the memory in your computer’s RAM. If you’ve recorded it and you’ve forgotten it, you’re free to put it aside and begin with a blank slate.
- It lets you reflect on your challenges in a way that is objective. In the next few months you’ll take a look at your notebook and discover how much you’ve changed.
It’s not hard for you to envision that people usually begin journaling when they’re in an uncomfortable situation. Though journaling your thoughts may seem silly,
it could directly affect your attitude. Don’t think that you can’t write down your thoughts!
2. Create small goals that you can actually reach
Change is a gradual process that happens incrementally. You can’t transform your life in a single day and this could be difficult to accept.
If you have identified 6 things that you would like to eliminate within your own life it would be wise to focus on just one at one moment.
Since you must establish habits. There’s a good chance that the things you’re trying to change were in your daily life for a while before.
This means it’s difficult to make these changes. Consider these changes to be lengthy process that requires constant effort.
It’s a marathon, not the speed of a sprint. It’s not possible to work on all of these issues today and then expect to be satisfied the next day. It’s not going to work in this way.
Let’s say you’d like to be healthier and live longer.
This is, naturally an extremely large and noble objective, but it’s more effective to narrow the goal down to smaller, smaller sub-goals.
You can think of smaller more specific goals for example:
- Stop eating unhealthy food during the week.
- Do 30 minutes of exercise at least twice per week
- Get up before 08:00 five times a week
- Sleep until midnight
- Get 5,000 steps every day
See how these goals are more achievable?
This makes it much simpler to develop habits that slowly change the way you live your life wonderful manner.
This doesn’t happen overnight, however.
The goals could be further narrowed. An example:
Do you want to work out for 30 minutes each week? Start by working out for 10 minutes today.
Then, over the next 2 days, you should try exercising in 20 minutes.
The next week, you should train for 30 minutes, etc.
It’s not about achieving the goal you want to achieve immediately It’s about instilling doing the goal you wish to accomplish every single day.
It’s not easy to establish 10 habits simultaneously.
Instead, you should focus on one thing until you are comfortable with it. Once you’re at ease, you can move onto the next.
3. Try something that you’ve never attempted before
If you feel that your current life isn’t working, you must try something that you’ve never tried before.
Take a look at it this way: what you’ve done to date did not lead to happiness.
In spite of everything you’ve attempted, you’re still convinced that your life isn’t worth living.
It’s like a good idea to come up with something new to change your life for the better you think?
Explore the possibilities Think outside the box. What are some things you’d like to try but haven’t attempted?
I’d like you to forget the reasons not to take on these new activities.
There are always reasons why you should not take a step. You must overcome this mental hurdle.
Take a piece of paper and note down the items you’d like to explore. Here are two examples:
- Taking dancing lessons
- A person to whom you express feelings for them
- Your manager can suggest an alternative position
- Reduce 20 pounds and become more confident in your appearance
- You can travel to another continent alone
A great illustration: I registered for my first race three weeks prior to the event’s start. At the moment,
I was experiencing… it was… Let’s say that my life could have been better.
The sour experience was the catalyst that gave me the confidence to get it done. I decided to sign up.
I wasn’t properly prepared however I was able to finish the race.
It was a great way to add a bit of adventure to my day in the time I was in need of it!
(Even even though the last two miles were incredibly difficult, as you see my face in the photo below.)
My advice is to not be thinking about the obstacles while making notes of these.
Then we’ll get to them later.
4. Be aware that you’re in charge of your own life.
What happens if you feel like your life is sucked due to your declining health rapidly, or because someone you loved died? you cared about?
If you’ve figured out that there’s nothing you could make to change the issue.
This is certainly not the best news.
But I’d like to inform you that it’s not an end-of-the-world scenario. When you look at your particular situation, it’s generally accepted that happiness is comprised of the following elements:
- 10 percent is determined by external factors
- 50% of this is determined by genetics
- 40 percent will be determined by you personal perception of the situation.
Even if outside influences make you feel down, it doesn’t mean that you must be miserable on your own..
This isn’t to say that you can just smile and then suddenly be satisfied.
This isn’t the way to go since “choosing happiness” is relative. If you’ve ever felt depressed you’re aware of how trapped you feel, how trapped you can be, and how futile the attempts to escape be.
In addition, certain people do not have the “choice” in feeling this like this, because some have suffered horrific atrocities against them and have to live with the consequences.
This isn’t meant to suggest “just choose to be happy” to these people.
I’m thinking about small events or situations that affect you.
I’d like to give you an illustration of how you could occasionally choose to take on an issue with a positive attitude. Here’s an example of this:
Imagine you’ve just completed working for a long time doing something that took the life out of your. You’re eager to go back home as soon as possible to catch up on Netflix.
However, when you get into your vehicle and turn to the radio, you find the news of a collision on the motorway.
In the event, you’ll be waiting in traffic for at most 30 minutes.
Your first idea that comes into your head could be like this:
Can this situation become any more difficult?
That’s okay. I typically have this idea whenever I encounter an enormous traffic jam during my commute.
However, that doesn’t have to mean your entire day is ruinous. Instead of being annoyed at the seemingly endless stream of cars that are in front of you, take on this challenge with a positive outlook.
This is a blog that I composed about finding happiness that contains actual examples of people! What’s the procedure?