When your life isn't going the way you want it to go, there are reassuring words to help you keep your head up. You don't want your sadness to persist for months or even years when there's a beautiful world out there for you to explore. It's unhealthy to hold back your tears, but once they end, you should try to look on the bright side of your situation. Here are some reassuring words that you should remember the next time your day ends badly:
There's no limit on what you can accomplish in life. If you're currently stuck in a difficult situation, it's hard to imagine life going well in the future, but you have to genuinely believe that things will change. "Possibility" is one of the reassuring words you should never forget, because nothing is impossible. Whatever you want to do in life, you can. You just have to keep trying.
There are some things you can't change, so you shouldn't dwell on them. You have to learn to accept your looks, your personality, and your past. You can't let something that happened ten years ago ruin today. You have to accept the things that are out of your control, because there's nothing you can do about them.
When you have a goal that you want to work toward completing, you can use your imagination to think about what life will be like once you accomplish it. Think of how amazing things will be once you complete what you're setting out to do. Right now, you might be miserable, but the future has a million great things in store for you.
Your self-doubt is natural, but it's not going to help you succeed. You've probably heard that you should learn to love yourself before someone else can properly love you, and it's the same with believing in yourself. You have to be the first one to do it, because if you don't believe in yourself, you won't understand why others believe in you.
Forgiving yourself and forgiving others will help you find peace with your life. You can't dwell on the past when your future is right in front of you. It makes no sense to let your past miseries impact your future accomplishments. Leave your past in the past.
You can't change your past, but you can decide where you're going to let your future take you. If you have a disorder, you can recover from it. Never think of yourself as a lost cause. You have the strength to be the person you've always wanted to be.
Even when you're in misery, there are good things about your life. In your worst times, try to remember how lucky you are to have certain family members, friends, and pets. You should always appreciate them, especially when you're going through rough times. They might be able to help you out, and if they can't, just the thought of them should brighten your day just a little.
Every tough day that you have will end, so don't become too upset over something that is temporary. You've heard that "it gets better," because it does. You just have to be patient. What relaxes you after you had a horrible day?