Why should I try when no one seems to care and everything just keeps getting worse?
Last Updated: 10/01/2018 at 7:55am
Melissa Hudson, MS Ed, PhD(c), LMFT
Marriage & Family Therapist
I work with clients of diverse backgrounds on a multitude of concerns. My approach is, at times, directive, yet always curious, nonjudgmental, collaborative, and validating.
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Because someone does care. I, for one. I know I'm literally no one to you or anyone but I care, if I had one wish for the world, I'd want to make it a happier, better place. And believe me, I know how hard it is to have hope but when you hit rock bottom, you can only go up. There are people who care, even it doesn't seem like it right now. Why should you try? Because you deserve better than this. You will get better one day and even if that day isn't tomorrow, next week or next month, it will be alright because you are strong and you are going to beat this. So please, stay strong. If not for you, then for me, a random girl on the Internet.
Everything might be getting worse, but in the negative there is always a positive.. if you focus on that youll be a lot happier.. you just need to remember why you started trying in the first place, and let that drive you..
Everything may seem like it's getting worse. However all of this bad may prepare you for something that's great about to come. It gets better; we never know when but it does get better.
Because somewhere in our mind we hope that one day, everything will be okay. And to make that hope come true, we have to try. Try for our-self.
you go talk to someone a sister a mother any close friend and tell them about it Spend some time in nature .List what you like about yourself ,Read a good book .Watch a .funny movie or TV show.Take a long, hot bath.Take care of a few small tasks
I think you should keep trying for yourself. I know sometimes it gets lonely, and it's just obstacle after obstacle. But what is better then getting through it, being self sufficient, and once you come through all of this hardship you realize how much your self-esteem has risen, you've become more confident, and the future looks a lot less scary. I think it is important to be selfish every once in awhile, focus on yourself and your goals, and if no one want to join you on your journey, then that is their loss. You will find more friends and awesome people along the way, and afterwards as well.
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