For those of you dealing with a serious life issue, often you need to hit such a low point with the issue for you to finally decide “enough is enough”.
For an alcoholic that could be a serious bender, accident or blackout, and for someone dealing with depression it is an equal low. Perhaps it’s weeks of chronic fatigue with overwhelming feelings of sadness and isolation. For someone with a money issue it could be that final call from a collection agency.
Have you hit rock bottom yet?
there is good news
There is only one way to go…that’s up.
Sometimes you need the reality and shock to turn your life around. Everyone has it inside them to take proactive measures that will resolve an issue. There is help out there. There are always answers and solutions.
It will be a tough uphill battle but with each action you will feel a little bit better. Stronger. Closer to your goal. You will be building strength and character along the way. Virtues you can apply to other facets of your life.
why wait until you hit rock bottom
For some, a drastic event is the only thing that will encourage you to change. That’s too bad, because there are many things you can do to prevent it and improve your situation now. You need to think about the consequences of your actions in life now. Not later. Your life doesn’t need to fall apart before you make the necessary changes!
making changes now
Instead of complaining and looking for miracles start doing something about it. You have a choice and if you continue to ignore your problems you are failing to learn from the events in your life. Failure is really an opportunity to seize life. After all you generally can turn around any situation. The sooner you start, the easier it will be.
If you are having a debt issue it’s time to stop spending, review your cash flow, call your creditors, get rid of the stuff you purchased, work out better terms and start paying off some debt. If you are depressed you need to look for resources to help with your depression.
For all health issues your doctor is the best place to start.
Look for those support groups and resources to get back on track. Take it in steps, common advice but little success are motivating and will help you achieve bigger ones.
You don’t have to hit rock bottom to turn your life around. Start looking now for the solution to your life obstacle.