“Knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom”- Aristotle.
If you’re constantly disappointed, angry, frustrated, sad, stressed, pessimist about the present scenario or feel you’ve got lost your self-confidence alongside the cash it is time to re-evaluate, reconnect and rediscover yourself. I do know during a lockdown situation it’s difficult but trusts me it’s achievable with these three simple steps:-
Step I: – Spend time with yourself:-
Take some ‘me’ time to seek out: –
What causes you to happy, unhappy? Identify the time once you were bored, satisfied and happiest. Was it during school days, college time, early business life or once you are together with your friends, family, relatives? Similarly, determine activities, things, persons that irritate you in order that you’ll embrace goodies, people and distant yourself from ‘not so good ones’. this may not only assist you now by for a lifetime. Spend time together with your family or do more activities that cause you to feel energized and assist you to feel better.
Your values and morals and teach them to your child/ren because it will lay a foundation for a lifetime. You can also learn from your elders.
What do I would like to change? Why and the way will I modify it? Is change possible? If No, what should I do to simply accept change? If yes, how am I able to bring suitable changes?
Activity – determine any 3 items and persons that cause you to happy and you cherish the foremost.
Step II: – determine what causes you to happy: –
Work on your physical and mental wellbeing, Try a replacement indoor sport, game or hobby; learn new exercises or yoga for meditation. once you can’t go outside, go inside. Pray for yourself, your family et al. too because the entire world is one big family.
Read books, articles, magazines or journals; discover some creative activities like cooking, stitching, baking, cake or cookie decoration, drawing, painting, sketching, coloring nail-art, origami, learning a replacement language, writing (begin with a little paragraph on any topic). you’ll start with simple ingredients and items available at your home. Watch videos online for further assistance.
Stay away from negativity. Social distancing is important to stay cheerful, healthy and content.
Step III: – Act Now:
Never play the blame game or victim card by blaming others for our failures and damages (even if they need to wrong you). In challenging crises rather than paying blame games, gossiping, bad-mouthing others it’s important to simply accept full responsibility for your life then advance. things won’t change suddenly on its own you’ve got to form conscious decisions to simply accept it, learn from it and let it pass. As aptly said, “Tough time doesn’t last, tough people do”.
Stay happy, stay healthy!