4 Painless Ways To Pick Yourself Up Again

Thursday, August 15, 2019

It’s strange, this life. The way the world behaves stays pretty consistent. Nothing really naturally changes rapidly. The planet and the universe are just the same as they always were, and will continue to be like this. Us, on the other hand? Well, we like to fluctuate, don’t we? As we said, the natural world doesn’t do anything but attempt to stay alive, but when we’re down, it can feel as though it’s doing its best hurt us or stop us from getting what we want.

We know that life is all about balance. Whether you believe in the likes of karma or not, you can’t argue with the fact that what goes around really does seem to come back around. Balance is seemingly needed in all aspects of life. That doesn’t stop the hardships from being difficult, though, huh? We tend to always bounce back, but the low points can sometimes have a lasting effect if they aren’t handled well.

That’s why we have to react well and do something to pick ourselves back up again. It’s not easy – it can often feel like a mountain climb, but it’s always possible, and we know this. We all have different ways of dealing with things, but there are practices that we can all do to that can pull ourselves out of the mire. Let’s quickly look at some now:   

Eat Good And Exercise

When you’re down, you can often neglect food. Your mind isn’t in the right place, so your brains sometimes closes the stomach. It’s an odd thing, but it’s a frequent one. Make sure you’re getting at least three healthy square meals in. When you’re hungry, your mind starts to overthink even more than it already is, and that’s not good at all – you don’t want to spiral further.

In terms of exercise, well, it’ll make your fitter, obviously. You’ll also be mentally stimulated because of the chemicals your brain releases. Endorphins are a wonderful thing, and if you’re down, then it’s best to feel the rush of as many as you can.


Open up about your issue(s). You’ll benefit massively from the shift of weight, and you’ll probably get all of the support in the world from the person/people you tell. They’ll be able to tackle your problem(s) with you and give you a different perspective of things.

If you elect to choose someone you trust in your friendship circle or your family, then that’s a good idea. It also might be smart to consult a therapist: not only will they give you a lot more info, but you’ll feel a lot more comfortable with them due to their authority and standing.   

Spoil Yourself With Retail Therapy

Buying stuff for yourself helps a lot. If you have the money, then go for it. Even if you’re not exactly a material human being, you can still benefit from having nice things around you. It does make a different – even the most cynical people would agree. Whether you’re getting yourself some new custom jordans, a new bed, or a new car, the purchase will probably boost your mood by upping your quality of life some.  


If you got a little more money to spend, then there aren’t many better things to do than getting away from the things that are getting you down. Everyone needs a vacation to recharge and restore. They’re especially needed if you’re in a major funk.

1 comment:

  1. As an introvert I can accidentally get stuck in my head sometimes so reminding myself to talk stuff out is great advice! And of course nothing clears the mind and gets you back on track like a vacation! Thank you for sharing 😊


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