I was feeling sorry for myself, I was upset about not having things work out the way I wanted it to, and I refused to do what needed to be done to fix everything because I just wanted to make everyone suffer, including myself, because I was feeling so negative. I can see that with great clarity now, but at the time I think I really believed what I was telling myself to be true. There are plenty of people who have bad experiences happen to them and keep moving through and viewing life in a positive and optimistic way.
Think crying babies. As an added incentive…if you needed one, The HeartMath Institute conducted an experiment that our feelings and emotions have a direct effect on our DNA, which in turn affects the matter in our world. It showed that when the experimenter felt love, compassion, appreciation, forgiveness and understanding in his heart, his DNA relaxed and elongated itself.
You know that foreboding fear we all have—that something will go terribly wrong and life will never be the same again? Mine is that something will happen to our daughter. She is our only child.
If so, here are 6 helpful steps to do when you think life sucks — so you feel better swiftly. Read on…. Are you experiencing repeated problems and disappointments in either love?
Is this the way life works, or do we simply attract more bad luck because we slip into a negative spiral? Is the law of attraction at play? An aspect of my business I had built up over 4 years was ripped away from under my feet in one cruel blow.
What should a person do when everything appears to be going wrong in their life? Answer by Milena Rangelovreborn through her quarter-life crisis into a creative, happy person, on Quora :. Oh, man, I have been there many times. Downward spiralwhere the worse it gets the worse it gets.
Bonus: Download a free step-by-step checklist that will show you what to do when life sucks it's easy to save as a PDF or print out for whenever you need it during a bad day or week. So instead of trying to push these emotions away accept and process them. One thing that helps me to reduce that frustration so I can move forward once again is to stop my thoughts from bouncing around in the past or a possible future by reconnecting with this moment.