3 Things I Always Tell Myself at My Worst

Sunday, January 18, 2015 5 Comments A+ a-

Life can be tough. And when you are at your limit and you don't know what you do, sometimes, you just lose hope and give up.

Here are the things I tell myself to regain myself.
  1. You are gifted with skills and talents. When you try everything and yet you still failed on something, try doing other things. You are unique and gifted with many other skills and talents. Just continue finding out which of those is what you really want to do.


  2. Take the risk. You will never accomplish anything unless you try it. You will never know what will happen unless you do it. Sometimes, we are just too afraid to try something because of all the consequences it have. Nevertheless, a risk will be always worth a try.
  3. You are not alone. Most of the time, I watch movies when I feel disheartened and I'll always know, I'm not the only one alone in my quest.
Well, most of the time, I eat out all my miseries. But these words really helped me a lot.

How about you, what do you tell yourself when you are down?

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nadine
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January 19, 2015 at 12:31 AM delete

motivating points! though I just tend to wallow in self-pity and not really look at the bright side until AFTER wallowing for awhile :x

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Crystal
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January 19, 2015 at 2:56 AM delete

Those are great affirmations! Mine are "You are beautiful, smart and kind." I also like to watch tv when I'm bummed, and eat some tasty goodies! ;)

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Holly
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January 19, 2015 at 3:09 AM delete

I love this! Being able to pick yourself up at a difficult time is not easy but little quotes like these can really work.

When I'm down I usually think about all the places on my travel bucket list because they give me the motivation to do something rather than worrying.

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Raisa
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January 25, 2015 at 5:44 AM delete

When I'm feeling down, I try to look back on where I was before because I'm definitely better where I'm at now.

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Becca
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February 11, 2015 at 6:44 AM delete

I tend to eat out my miseries, too! Haha, hard habit to kick! Usually what really helps though is a good cry and a good nap. It sounds a bit silly, but I always feel so much better afterwards. Most of the time I don't have time for either though, so I always try to remember these words:

“A ship in harbor is safe, but that is not what ships are built for.”

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