Times are hard as you know it, especially for those people, that are less than lucky in their pursuit of happyness. Most advice on the net and word coming from the wise centers simply on mitigating the collateral. However why not embrace failure and therefore see the life as it is with no extra filters, but with no bitterness? Perhaps that is not the kind of advice you hoped to read about, but it is about gaining enough strength without changing those nasty bits about you which are present in every personality.
Learn Your Lessons Fast
Know Your Place on Earth
How old are you? Have you got a great girlfriend or healthy parents that can provide you with support? Do you, however, hit the bottle way too many times? Praying won’t help here. Acknowledge the problem as soon as possible and be aware that it won’t just go away on its own, in fact, it could claim you and your life you are leading. Can others accept your swinging moods? Can you see their suffering or you are so bottle or anything concentrated that you do not mind that others carry your cross while you are carrying a bottle around? How did it start anyway? It all does not matter, you just need to ask yourself if you can do anything from scratch and whether that means hitting the bottom of any sort. While your friends still last, while your family still does give you a nudge so that you move on to mend your life, do you ever listen? Do they repay you with love you denounce irreverently? Listen to yourself and see that ugly spawn you have become. It is just not enough to bounce happily from place to place, but should you lose everything would that teach you anything? The kind of person that peers out of the corner in your direction?
Unfortunately, it mostly comes down to years and years of hard work and paying attention continuously to avoid former mistakes that still haunt you. New ones are understandbly coming anyway, but any act of remorse is good, but just for the beginning, it is mostly a typical act that you won’t do anything else like that again. You have been there before. If you cannot control the impulse that the brain has come to accept as normal behavior, you have to unlearn it in the end. This is why it takes years, as the pathways are deeply forged. It takes plenty of work in anything to reach some acceptable level. Forget perfection, you are never going there, but the average is good, it is better than the bottom that you hit so hard. You like the sound of the phrase baby steps? Unlearning is harder than you ever imagine, close to impossible, which is why you need enough ongoing and current support to make it last.