I got some bad news yesterday and it was the kind of news that can have an impact on the rest of my life. But anyway the point I want to make is that I have been sulking about it, in fact I still am, and I shouldn't be. Everything that happens in our lives happens for a reason or so I believe.
So I was wondering what would be the best way to get over the bad news and get on with my life? I can't sulk forever and at some point I am going to get over what ever it is that is bothering me. But why wait till then? Why not speed up the emotional recovery process? If that is possible. And if it can be done, how do I go about doing it?
Here is what I did:
1. Comfort food helps, though I won't specify which because to each his own.
2. Exercise. I know that when you feel down in the dumps the last thing you want to do is exercise, but exercise provides your body with endorphins which in turn makes you feel happy.
3. Think happy thoughts. I know that it is a stupid thing to say but if you think negatively you will feel negative emotions.
4. Surround yourself with positive people. The last thing you want to do when you are already feeling down is listen to friends complain about their problems.
The most important reason for my search for a quick fix is that when I feel better I also tend to write better. I never want my writing to suffer because of my emotional instability in my personal life.
But I am over myself and focusing on the future and worrying about things that I actually can change instead of worrying about something that I can't.
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