It will get easier

This is a message for you.

For you and anyone who just needs a break.

Today you are having a hard time; because yes, life can be pretty tough sometimes.

Maybe you’ve been trying to find a job for several weeks now, and can’t even get an interview.

Maybe you’ve been trying to lose some kilos and in spite of all the exercise plans you’ve tried and the changes in dietary habits… it’s just not happening for you.

Maybe you’re trying to pay off your debts, earn enough in your current job, keep afloat on rent or mortgage payments while still feeding your family (or even just yourself).

Maybe you’ve been diagnosed with a chronic disease and it seems like every waking day is spent taking medications, getting in and out of doctors and medical centres.

Maybe your relationship has just ended and after months or years of effort pouring your heart and soul into something- now you’re finding yourself having to rebuild your life alone.

Maybe your dream was to have a family, but you are struggling with infertility issues, or maybe you don’t have a partner, are ineligible to adopt or can’t afford assisted options.

Maybe you’ve just lost someone dear to you. One minute they were there, the next they are gone and you just weren’t ready to face life without them. We all know that life is not forever, but that doesn’t make it easier to face when it’s taken away.

Maybe you have a situation that is entirely different than all the ones described above… but if you’ve ever been in a position where it just seems like it’s all too much, too overwhelming, even suffocating… I want you to know something.
It WILL get better.

Maybe not tomorrow or the day after, but it will – nothing is permanent.

“Everything in life is temporary. So if things are going good, enjoy t because it won’t last forever. And if things are going bad, don’t worry. It can’t last forever either”


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One Comment

  1. Jason Reardon March 13, 2017 at 10:09 am - Reply

    so true, we cant change what happens but we definitely have control over how we react to situations. I often find terrible things happening day to day, but I choose not to focus on them, I accept its happened if i can, learn from it and then focus on something I can control. Im not saying its always easy but its something I strive to do daily.
    All your points are valid and the foundation of a positive life 🙂

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