How to Cope (And Move On!) When Things Get Stronger


There are times in life when we feel frustrated or defeated, when life brings blows that blow us down. Feelings of despair and despair can take your life for months as you wonder if you will ever feel happy and safe again. This is where making a personal examination of the heart may help.

The good news is that, in time, your health will improve, and you can be resilient. You will probably look back at these “bad life events” and see that they have been a turning point in your life.

The only way we can live our lives to the fullest is to learn how to endure and face the challenges life throws at us. Surviving these curveballs and enduring hardships, pain, and feelings of despair and despair is part of the journey to learn who we are. There is no other way to learn how to be strong, courageous, optimistic and optimistic about our health and future.


Everyone feels down and defeated at some point in their life journey. Some of us find ourselves in this place of despair, and we do not know what to do, so we stop growing and progressing in life. We end up living our lives with regret, fear, pain, frustration and sadness. This is not the way we were created to live our lives.

If you feel depressed and life seems difficult, do not give up. Use these 7 tips to help you grow your confidence and how to persevere so that you can stand up, face curveballs, and embrace the joy of living the life you love.

  1. Accept and expect change
    In today’s changing world, it is difficult to deal with the hardships and uncertainties of life. It is even harder to find a motive to endure in the face of ongoing change.

Instead of fighting the inevitability of change, learn how to accept it. Accept the change and know that by doing this, your life can only be better. Resisting to change will give you the negative energy that keeps you feeling depressed about life.


Learn how to think fast. Ask a lot of questions and look for solutions. Don’t just concentrate on the problem you’re facing. It is very difficult to solve a problem when you are immersed within the problem itself.

Be looking for a solution because, as the Dalai Lama says:

“If the problem can be solved, it will be. If it is not resolved, it is useless to worry about it. ”

  1. Use Your Choice to Free
    One of the few things you have complete control over is your power of choice. No one else can take that away from you, so use it when you want to learn patience.

When life gets tough, and you don’t know what to do next, you still have the power to choose. It is the decisions you make that determine how you react to the difficult times you are facing. You can choose to do nothing, hide, allow yourself to be distracted by the issue you need to deal with, or you can choose to take action and deal with your problem.


In my experience, the easiest option is to choose to do nothing, but it always comes back and stings you. According to psychologists Carl Jung, “Your resistance will continue.” Choose to make decisions that will help you to move forward, not backward or around circles.

  1. Don’t Be Afraid to Ask for Help
    Asking for help is not a sign of weakness. The person who chooses to be a solution needs someone who is strong and self-aware and who will actively seek the support, advice and encouragement of others in difficult times.

Seekers of solutions appreciate the inclusion of others because they know that others may have good intelligence or strength to help them overcome difficulties and move forward in life.

  1. Have a Positive Attitude and Laugh When You Have It
    For me, this is my secret weapon that helps me to keep going when I’m not sure how to persevere. A positive attitude enables us to use our power aright.

A positive attitude opens your mind to explore opportunities, and a negative attitude closes your mind and encourages you to withdraw from finding a way out of the problems you are facing. In a state of despair, there is no growth and no learning; rather than stopping in life.

If you have a hard time developing a positive attitude, think about meditation by trying. This can help you to create an environment in which your thoughts can be replaced by positive thoughts.


Laughter is the best way of life to thrive in life. To get through the difficult times in life, surround yourself with people who make fun of you and who like to laugh with you. Laughter is contagious, and you will soon find that the more you laugh at it, the more you will feel alive and confident about your future.

  1. Accept Life Uncertainty
    Life is a strange and wonderful journey, with many painful and beautiful experiences and great joy. Escape from the challenges that threaten our health is not the answer. When you run away, your destination is nowhere to be found. Pain, discomfort, and health challenges will follow you wherever you go.

It’s okay to fall, make mistakes, fail, and be disappointed, but you can stay in this place for a while. If you have a goal in mind, keep working to achieve your goal, despite failure.


Sustainable people expect failure and disappointment. They know that in order to be strong, one must overcome the difficulties and challenges they face in life. Courageous people choose to “jump forward” in life and continue to live a happy and fulfilling life.

Commit yourself to being a courageous, resilient person who was born that way.

  1. Focus on the Things That Make You Happy
    “Find a place inside where there is happiness, and happiness will burn the pain.” -Joseph Campbell

When you feel frustrated and hopeless, it is easy to forget the good things in your life. If you allow yourself to be manipulated by negligence, you will begin to believe that there is nothing good in your life. Before you know it, that will be your reality.


If you really want to learn how to persevere, stop and make a list of all the good things you have experienced, and all the things that have brought you happiness. The more you focus on the good in your life, the more hope you will have.

Showing appreciation and expressing gratitude are two actions that will bring happiness back to your life.

One study found that gratitude “has been shown to be associated with an increase in happiness, satisfaction in life and a longing for society” . All of this contributes to increased resilience.

A great way to do thanksgiving is to start a Thanksgiving magazine. You could start by writing down three things that you are grateful for every day.

  1. Don’t Let the Past Control Your Time
    The past presents an opportunity to learn the lessons you need to deal with in your current life. However, if you do not let go of your remorse in life and make peace with your history, it is very difficult to move forward in your life.

Look for opportunities to discover yourself, and learn how to become confident and confident in yourself. If you are experiencing difficult times in your life, ask yourself this question:

“What is one thing I can do right now to bring me one step closer to moving forward?”
The only thing to remember is to take one step forward and repeat that one step. You will soon find that you are close to finding a solution. Remember, you have done difficult things before and you have gone beyond that.


Do not let all your mistakes and fears dampen your judgment and diminish your courage. You are not described in the past. You are what you choose to be now and in the future. Be a courageous, empowered, and strong person who was born to be.

Final Thoughts
Understandably, when you are going through a difficult time in your life, you may feel frustrated and lost. It is very difficult to have hope and hope for your future when you are suffering from pain and frustration.

When you want to learn how to persevere and overcome bad days, use the seven tips above to help you move on to your finish line.




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