How To Cope When Things Go Wrong
There are times in every person's life when things do not go according to the way we would like. All of us have our ups and downs. These can consist of periods of poor health, emotional problems, financial struggles, relationship challenges, accidents and the like.
Understand that these challenges are normal. We simply cannot exist in a "bubble of happiness" all of the time. It would be nice but life doesn't work like that - for anyone.
When things seem to be going poorly, there are two basic options open to you:
1 - withdraw inside yourself and sink deeper and deeper into depression, probably weakening your ability to deal with future challenges.
2 - work through your troubles as best you can and try to emerge out the other side, probably making yourself stronger and wiser for the experience.
Robert Schuller, a famous clergyman and prolific author, wrote a book which he aptly titled: "Tough Times Never Last, But Tough People Do!" (ISBN: 0-553-24245-8). In his book, Schuller says: "Name your problem and you name your possibility." It is a book about faith and strength and hope. He encourages readers never to surrender.
When things go wrong, as they invariably do from time to time, try to "hang tough." Bad times always pass, eventually. You just need to see them through.
Like the light of day always follows the darkness of night, good times will be just around the corner for you.
About the Author: Gary Simpson is the author of eight books covering a diverse range of subjects such as self esteem, affirmations, self defense, finance and much more. His articles appear all over the web. Gary's email address is: email@example.com . His website is located at http://www.motivationselfesteem.com