I lost my enthusiasm most of the time...
June 26, 2012 10:18am CST
Dear Fellow Mylotters, This is just a quick one. Since I was born, I do noticed that life has really a lot of trials. As problems do come one after another. As the previous one has been solved, there will be another one. That, whenever I do feel happy, a sad situation will take place. Hence, in this regard, a lot of times, I do lost my enthusiasm. As I am just waking up because I need to. But, the eagerness to do my aim, is lost most of the time.
• Hyderabad, India
27 Jun 12
so just be positive.even every morning you wake up you just say i am feeling good now.even it seems very hard to say for you but say it. look the brighter things in your life. confess good things everyday.see the big dreams. and speak it.the moment sad things attack you remove it through your positve confession.declare your dreams and aims.confess it. you will see good things will be started in your life
• United States
26 Jun 12
i get like that too, with so much going on, with my work , cleaning the home, my hubby, the laundry, my 80 year old neighbor, my mom back, my daiughter moving in it seems to be never ending, and on wekends i want to go to a country music show but sometime dont have the time, if i do i have to come home and go straight to bed that night, beause i have work the next mroning.. my only escape is my time on the porch or sometimes i have a chance to read a good book.. its not just you, so keep your head up. and if your religious, give it to God in prayer, :)
• United States
26 Jun 12
It is important to have a goal or something or someone to wake up and get uptown the morning. I was depressed for a whilewhiledealing with a chronic illness and found myself waking up but not even getting out of bed till I absolutely had to because I didn't see a reason todo so. I had lost faith in myself and everything else. Then I searched myself and found that I had a lack of interest and care and I also had nothing that depended on me. Couple months later after researching the best thing to help with depression and illness I went to the local shelter and rescued my dog now that I will have had for 2.5 years this Friday! :) I now get up every morning knowing my dog depends on me to feed let her out and play. She always has a smile for me and has drastically changed my overall mood towards life. Nothing quite like being unconditionally loved . Have youthoughtof getting a dog or cat to help you through?