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 When life gets hard, it’s easier to just avoid what’s happening right in front of you. Ignoring it until it goes away.

You can build up your own internal strength by showing up during the roughest moments in your life.

Sometimes this feels scary and it will always be uncomfortable. And you may question why you decide to put yourself through the pain, instead of covering it up with something easier.

Trying to avoid pain in life just isn’t possible. Eventually, it will catch up with you, just like it does with everyone else.

Begin to Trust Yourself More

When things don’t go as planned you may look to your closest friends for a shoulder to cry on.

This can be a great way to let go of some of the frustration, but it isn’t helpful if you always rely on other people to pull you out.

When you start to become the victim of your life, you lose the strength to keep fighting.

At some point, you have to believe in yourself enough to trust that you can make it through this bad situation.

How do you do that? Well, it just starts with being alone with yourself more and seeing what you’re capable of.

Instead of calling up a friend every time, take a drive by yourself.

Go on a walk with your dog and listen to some music. Get some distance from everything building up in your head.

You can even try practicing meditation or yoga to calm your mood.

When you learn to trust yourself, you build confidence. And when you’re confident enough with who you are, you know you can make it through to the other side.

You may not feel like you’re good enough or worthy enough of being happy.

You have to work on breaking that thought process and putting up a fight for yourself when your life gets hard.

Friends and family are a great support system and important to have. But believing in yourself ensures you can survive anything on your own if needed.

Develop a Strong Support System

After you learn to trust yourself more, having a strong support system is essential to building enough strength during the most difficult times in your life.

We can’t always rely on other people to solve our problems so that’s why I encourage you to get more in tune with yourself, first.

Once you get more in tune with yourself and build up enough internal strength, you then learn when you do need to reach out for support. We can all use a helping hand during difficult times.

A strong support system consists of the best people you want to have in your corner. The ones who don’t judge what you’re going through.

They listen and sympathize with you. Sometimes they might give you a much-needed kick in the butt.

Other times they are the ones who you can laugh with when life just gets way too serious. This can be a large mix of people or just a small few.

If you find you are surrounded by a lot of negative people who just believe the world is out to get them (especially during difficult moments), then it’s probably time to try and find some new people to be around.

Build Up Your Mental Strength 

Your brain is a muscle and it is possible to build its strength.

If you struggle with anxiety or depression, building up your mental strength can go a long way.

You learn how to become more resilient in the face of streYou also learn how to control your thoughts better, and what you allow to have an effect on your life.

Building up your mental strength takes consistent work. Just like working out any other muscle in your body.

You want to spend time on it daily to see improvement. And you might think it’s not possible at first.

Our brains are tricky in the way that you can’t physically see any improvement—it’s all in your head. So, you can convince yourself it doesn’t work before you.... 



How the Bad Times in Your Life Actually Make You Stronger



 When life gets hard, it’s easier to just avoid what’s happening right in front of you. Ignoring it until it goes away.

You can build up your own internal strength by showing up during the roughest moments in your life.

Sometimes this feels scary and it will always be uncomfortable. And you may question why you decide to put yourself through the pain, instead of covering it up with something easier.

Trying to avoid pain in life just isn’t possible. Eventually, it will catch up with you, just like it does with everyone else.

Begin to Trust Yourself More

When things don’t go as planned you may look to your closest friends for a shoulder to cry on.

This can be a great way to let go of some of the frustration, but it isn’t helpful if you always rely on other people to pull you out.

When you start to become the victim of your life, you lose the strength to keep fighting.

At some point, you have to believe in yourself enough to trust that you can make it through this bad situation.

How do you do that? Well, it just starts with being alone with yourself more and seeing what you’re capable of.

Instead of calling up a friend every time, take a drive by yourself.

Go on a walk with your dog and listen to some music. Get some distance from everything building up in your head.

You can even try practicing meditation or yoga to calm your mood.

When you learn to trust yourself, you build confidence. And when you’re confident enough with who you are, you know you can make it through to the other side.

You may not feel like you’re good enough or worthy enough of being happy.

You have to work on breaking that thought process and putting up a fight for yourself when your life gets hard.

Friends and family are a great support system and important to have. But believing in yourself ensures you can survive anything on your own if needed.

Develop a Strong Support System

After you learn to trust yourself more, having a strong support system is essential to building enough strength during the most difficult times in your life.

We can’t always rely on other people to solve our problems so that’s why I encourage you to get more in tune with yourself, first.

Once you get more in tune with yourself and build up enough internal strength, you then learn when you do need to reach out for support. We can all use a helping hand during difficult times.

A strong support system consists of the best people you want to have in your corner. The ones who don’t judge what you’re going through.

They listen and sympathize with you. Sometimes they might give you a much-needed kick in the butt.

Other times they are the ones who you can laugh with when life just gets way too serious. This can be a large mix of people or just a small few.

If you find you are surrounded by a lot of negative people who just believe the world is out to get them (especially during difficult moments), then it’s probably time to try and find some new people to be around.

Build Up Your Mental Strength 

Your brain is a muscle and it is possible to build its strength.

If you struggle with anxiety or depression, building up your mental strength can go a long way.

You learn how to become more resilient in the face of streYou also learn how to control your thoughts better, and what you allow to have an effect on your life.

Building up your mental strength takes consistent work. Just like working out any other muscle in your body.

You want to spend time on it daily to see improvement. And you might think it’s not possible at first.

Our brains are tricky in the way that you can’t physically see any improvement—it’s all in your head. So, you can convince yourself it doesn’t work before you.... 



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