Breaking into pieces

I guess everbody knows that kind of feeling: You feel broken, exhausted, devastated, weak, depressed, etc.

It’s normal – everyone has up-n-down’s. It’s just life. That’s the way it is.

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But of course, if your feelings aren’t going away for quite long time then it’s no good – obviously. We all have different ways of how to cope with problems or at least how we try to find a solution. Some need a lot of time and think a lot about their worries while others don’t. Crying or shouting can also be effective for some people whilst others prefer silence and music for instance. Everyone is different. Everyone has various methods.

Unfortunately, sometimes those methods aren’t working at all. You just sit there worrying about your issue – crying – wondering if everything will ever get better. You feel like the whole world is going to explode. Your hearth beats really fast, your breath gets hectic – you just can’t stop your tears from running down your face. You want it to stop. You want to take action against your fear. But you feel like you can’t do anything about it. It’s like you’re transfixed. Although you might know the solution to the problem you can’t do it, because you’re too afraid and so damn exhausted.

It’s alright. It’s okay to be afraid. It’s okay to cry.

Nobody should be ashamed of crying or having fears.

Sometimes we just need a little help from other persons, a little bit of time to think about everything, to understand ourselves and what is and isn’t good for us.

It takes some time. Just don’t be ashamed.

Listen to yourself, listen to your heart, your feelings, your wishes, your dreams – they will tell you what you need to do.

Just do whatever you want to do – it’s your life and you only live once. And life is too short to waste it with crying for days. Instead of this you should smile a lot more and enjoy your life. Everyone deserves to be happy.

 

This is basically for everybody, but especially for those who are going through a rough time, including me as well. As I said before, everyone has weal and woe.

And thanks to all the people who stick around in dire straits.


Photos by Angie W. (Camera: Canon EOS 1300D)
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