What To Do When You Feel Life Seems Unfair

Is life really unfair?
Life is not fair! We often hear this statement from our friends or relatives who encounter lots of difficulties in life. In fact, they even ask the following questions: What did I do wrong to deserve this? Am I not worthy of my own happiness? It's like fate is playing tricks on me. I can't handle this anymore...

We encounter different problems in life and having them on the daily basis is just normal. These challenges affect our lives in different ways depending on how we perceive it - we become stronger, and braver in the long run.

So, what would you do when you are at the lowest point of your life?

The first thing to remember is to never lose hope. Second, always have the reason to move on and to smile for. It's all in the state of mind. Thinking the problem at large scale will only worsen the situation. Overcoming the problem becomes difficult once we look at it that way. We often see the bad side of the situation, trying to magnify it every time, until it becomes worst and impossible to manage. This is when suicide attempts happen. The situation becomes too difficult to handle to the extent that people want who experience chronic depression want to escape away their problems. But why did they do that? Most people forget to think about how grateful they are to live on this wonderful world. Having a life itself is a wonderful blessing.

Take some time with your loved ones and share all your problems with them. They may not solve your problems directly, but You'll be amazed how they can enlighten your heart and mind. You'll be able to see different perspectives in solving your problems.
Life is not as terrible as you think!

Be thankful for all of the blessings that you receive and make God the center of your life. Never lose hope in dealing with whatever problems you have. You are stronger than what you believe. You are smarter than what you think. If the fate is playing on you, then play it smart. Win it this time.


Note: Please share this to your loved ones when you find this post helpful. Let's start making a difference.



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sundeepsu 1988, CC-BY SA 3.0, via deviantart

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