Let's get real!

I generally want to be honest with you all and I want to share the good, the bad and the ugly. I've been unwell for some time now and it just begins to make you feel low. I woke up early today and I was simply not feeling awesome by any stretch of the imagination, and now I'm feeling tired on top of everything else. Truly when you feel physically wiped out or just not your best it's much harder to feel emotionally and mentally good. This prompted me into a negative thinking pattern. At that point something clicked and I said to myself ''I would prefer not to feel along these lines, so I will do all that I can to feel the way I need to feel.'' I got up put on some comfortable clothing, showered, started cooking some food and drank some water.

Even though I’m not 100%, I feel rationally better and I know I can overcome this as it's only a brief state of mind. I understand it's alright to feel like this and not the apocalypse but rather it's the littlest things that trap your mind into thinking everything in your life is turning out badly. I'm certain you've all felt along these lines sooner or later, regardless of the possibility that you're simply feeling tired, hungry or something inconveniences you, your mind begins to ponder on this excursion of ''Everything in my life is a wreck, who am I? What's happening?'' That’s not true at all and it’s not reality or happening to you. To defeat this is about refocusing, re-entering and regrounding our minds and ourselves. You must realise that your feeling that way because of a small event that has triggered these emotions. You should acknowledge it and think about every one of the things throughout your life that you are thankful for and tasks you can do to make the situation better. 

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  1. Too true. When I feel like that, I usually try to think of the positive areas of my life. It helps a lot. Thanks!

  2. I am having a week like this at present,I am far too tired and my negative thoughts are creeping in; thats why I have been pushing myself to write and be creative until the moment passes