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RE: Psychology Addict # 37 | What Do you Do When Things go Wrong?

in #psychology3 years ago
Instead of tracking your own goals, you can ask someone you trust to keep you on track with your goals. It can be a sibling, a friend, a spouse, or even a professional like a life coach or personal trainer. They can be your source of motivation, and even better, inspiration. It is important to choose someone you trust or someone you know will not let you fail to achieve your goals. Choose someone who will push your limits. Most importantly, you need to choose someone who believes in you. The feeling you get when you know that "someone believes in you" can be amazing. This feeling will help push you forward and restore faith in you when you feel like giving up.
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This is a very good tip indeed Jamal :) having someone to help and guide us is certainly invaluable. But, one should never forget that one's problem is one's problem! It is different having someone to be there with us than having someone to track our own goals for us. Only one can and should do that for oneself :)

Actually, it was when Sandra calmed herself down and saw the world around her from a different lens, that she could notice the love of her son, how her mother cared and worried for her etc... that motivated her greatly to adopt a healthier life style and embrace her life again!

Have a wonderful afternoon Jamal !