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Going through a tough time in life,what to do?

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Answer #1 | 28/12 2013 20:46
I would really like to help you but you need to explain what is going. You need to talk about it. This will actually help you.
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Answer #2 | 28/12 2013 20:51
Stop trusting in God and start trusting your familly
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Answer #3 | 28/12 2013 21:14
(1) Parents are there to worry. You are a part of a family. Let them be a part too. Anxiety often manifests itself in unusual behavior, and it can often make parents upset or angry if they don't know the reason for it. Don't give them a chance to mis-understand. That will compound your troubles. (2) While I could give you all sorts of philosophical viewpoints, Psychology or Mental Health would be more appropriate forums for your question than Philosophy. However, airing your problem to strangers who are probably untrained in those disciplines is unlikely to yield really helpful advice. (3) Praying to god and trusting in god is not a solution. As the saying goes, god helps those who help themselves. That means you have to be pro-active in solving your problems. That means going to the people who can be the most helpful and care about you the most. (4) You know this to be true, so stop procrastinating about it. Best Wishes.
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Answer #4 | 28/12 2013 21:11
Everything in life is temporary. So if things are going good, enjoy it because it won't last forever. And if things are going bad, don't worry. It won't last forever either. After every storm there's a rainbow, for every tear shed a smile follows. Each trial we endure strengthens us when we aren't aware of it. For every hearted sigh there's a sweet song to cheer us, an answer for us in those words and each prayer we mumble even just to ourselves is answered even when we think we haven't been heard. So cheer up!
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Answer #5 | 28/12 2013 21:37
Since you cannot explain in details what is causing you misery I suggest that you keep a diary of the events in your life along with what is bothering, you might be able to release some anger and tears by writing out what is bothering you. Writing another person would be helpful too, but who could you write about these personal things? There is a Dear Abby on Yahoo News that could help you. Log into Yahoo.com go to News and look to the left side of the web page and you will see Dear Abby. She might not post your letter and may be able to help you. There should be an address that you can write with instructions. Good Luck.
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Answer #6 | 29/12 2013 07:18
sounds like your in love with someone who has broken your heart left you and now you find out your pregnant. detach yourself and worry about what you have to do to make it and focus on what your future holds set goals and work towards them. if your around someone and you leave the room and your depressed then that person has depression. Educate yourself and make plans to do stuff that is of interest to you. your parents if not blind will notice the changes in your habits and you need to be able to talk to them they are on your side. hopefully,.and love you just the same.
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Answer #7 | 28/12 2013 22:25
When I think about how you worded your question , this sounded like a poem . There are many versions of poems . If you were to write a poem i'll give you an example: Life;s Many Adversities Life's Quaint Emotions Experienced Casually Cascades Romantic Inclined Forever Etched Why God Reveal Without Left Wondering How Admirably When Can My Confidence Esteemed Improved Wiser However Spiritual Awakening I'm Sure Your Acceptance Right Along Life's Casually Well Spoken Are You Wondering How In Closing; this could be a formula to help you throughout ;But alas well spoken for; as you tred upon the diamonds and rocky days left you wondering; where do I go from here god speed Have a fantastic life full of vim and vigor; And that's not the end of the story.
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Answer #8 | 28/12 2013 21:41
Hi Beth. Though I don't know what's going on in your life, I know that you've been very strong. I understand that things may not seem to be going well for you right now but hopefully what I have to say will be of some help to you (forgive me if what I say seems irrelevant but, like I said, I don't really know what's going on.) I believe that life is a lesson. Failures, successes, tough times, happy times, etc. all put in our path to teach us something. Whatever you're going through, try to look at the positive. There's something you can learn from any experience, and learning is always a positive thing. It'll make you a better, stronger person in the future. I know it may feel overwhelming at the moment but I think that if you get past this with a positive mind set, when it's all over you might just look back one day and say "gee, I wouldn't be who I am today if it weren't for that experience," and who knows? You may even be thankful for these tough times. Happiness, in my opinion, is a choice. You can choose to be happy. Whether you're in a tough situation or not, it's your mindset that counts. Like I said, try to look at the positive in things. There's always even a little bit of good in anything that seems bad. I hope this was of some use to you, Beth. Again, I'd just like to apologize beforehand if anything that I've said seems irrelevant. I wish you all the best! -Alexis PS - If you'd like to read more from me, feel free to check out my blog (accomplishhappiness.com). Perhaps it'll help you out a little more through your times of hardship. :)
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Answer #9 | 29/12 2013 06:38
You need to talk it out with someone. Problems always feel lighter when out in the open.
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