I feel like it will never go away. Will it really?
Last Updated: 07/16/2018 at 4:42pm
Jennifer Fritz, LMSW, PhD
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Day to day life can be stressful and overwhelming and my strength is assisting my clients in a supportive, empowering and practical manner.
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Depending on the situation and how you approach the the situation. I fully believe in the saying "there is a light at the end of the tunnel". Life is all about obstacles and roller coasters, however if you don't let problems block your path to happiness, there is a way out. It is important to be patient and positive and learn to not give up easily. Unfortunately things do not always go as we want them to, so we must be open minded enough to find plan Bs to continue being happy. :)
If you really want it to, it will go away. You have to want to help yourself to actually get better.
The more you fixiate around your problem the bigger it seems to grow. Often it starts with forcefully destracting yourself and then you suddenly notice that your think about the problem less.
Trust me it will, time heals everything.. The thing which you think is important today may not be tomorrow
Yes : ) It will go away. But it won't without your help. You cannot just expect to wait it out- change your own life- and it will go away : )
These things take time to go away, they will eventually, don't worry about it. Time is infinite and anything can happen
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