LIFE DOESN'T ALWAYS GO TO PLAN | An Inspirational Testimony
What To Do When Life Doesnt Go Your Way (Its Actually a Good Thing)
What To Do When Life Doesn't Go Your Way (It's Actually a Good Thing!)
Live in the Moment
From personal experience, I can say that many good things are borne out of bad experiences. I lost my father when I was 19, and I was divorced in my early 20s. I would never be the resilient, grateful, present person that I am at age 31 if it weren't for those life-altering experiences. They allow me to feel much stronger whenever my life feels uncertain. And uncertainty in life is always guaranteed.
In unhappy times, remember the clouds will pass. And the sooner you welcome the sun, the sooner it appears. In my difficult times, I learned what supportive friends I have, how self-reliant I can be, and how limited our time on the planet truly is. I also understood that we are all connected—whatever struggles you experience, other people are going through the same thing. You can dwell on what isn't going your way, or you can focus on what you have the power to control.
Think about what would happen if you allowed yourself to live in the moment and not judge your current circumstances. How might that feel? Remember that life is not meant to be a series of dreams coming true but a series of lessons to be learned. At some point you just need to let go of what you thought should happen and live in what is happening.
Susie Moore is Greatist’s life coach columnist and a confidence coach in New York City.
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