everythings gonna be alright

@gmaxxx (142)
India
December 16, 2008 2:49pm CST
when u r sad when badluck is the only luck u have when u feel that u r the unluckiest when u feel the world is not my place 2 live in when u get ditched or hurt by someone when nothing seems right is there anyone at that stage of life came to u and said dont worry everythings gonna be alright if yes..then who and if no then y
3 responses
@meow1988 (39)
• India
17 Dec 08
hmmm..its a very demanding discussion...there are times in life of every person in the world where nothing seems to be good or positive in life...we feel nauseated in life..and even i had to face that thing in my life...i was trying to hide myself as if i had done something wrong...but then when i thought this is the extreme i am doing to myself i stood up and tried to face the world..it wasnt easy and i got beem of lights in my friends...my friends helped me lot to be the same old person ...and i owe a lot to my friends...thanks a lot
@gmaxxx (142)
• India
31 Dec 08
its very true my friend
@tklich (391)
• United States
17 Dec 08
It always seems like when one thing doesn't go right, then it's like a domino affect and other things seem to start going wrong as well. But I've learned that the worst thing you can do when you're feeling at rock bottom is to be negative. Always keep positive thoughts, even though it will be hard at times. If I'm ever going through a rough patch in my life, my close friends pick up on it and always support me and are there for me. I in return always make sure to keep positive thoughts around my friends if they are feeling down or depressed. If someone is feeling down, it's even worse if they're friends aren't there to support them. I'd be lost if I didn't have a close friend to talk to and confide in. My friends and family are always the first ones I turn to if I need someone to talk to.
@cbreeze (1207)
• United States
16 Dec 08
Everyone that knew I felt that way, that was close to me assured me that everything was going to be alright. Day by day, but very slowly, I started to get a little bit of hope. But my family and closest friends never stopped checking in on me, reassuring me. They did everything that they had power to do to make me feel better. I have one particular friend that is very good at talking to me and at least getting me to look at it from a more logical almost scientific angle. He always tells me that everything is cyclical and that this cycle wont last. He also reminds me not to shut those people out who just want to make sure I'm okay because they love me. It doesn't happen to me that often, but when it does, I recognize it at the start and reach out to those who care immediately.