I’m not okay. I’ve made mistakes in my life and messed up everything…

I’m not okay. I’ve made mistakes in my life and messed up everything, and I really mean it. I’m not excited about living.

It’s okay. Whatever you did can be rectified or remedied. Everyone makes mistakes, and everyone says and does things that they are not proud of. So, don’t be hard on yourself. It’s okay to make mistakes, but it’s always about getting up and trying again.

And your feelings are valid. You feel the way you do for a reason. But I am worried about you. You deserve to enjoy life, thrive and love yourself and your flaws. We all experience moments of not being super excited about life, but we stop, and we take a breath. We realize that we have so much to be thankful and grateful for. From the setting and the rising of the sun to the inhale and exhale of our breath and the safeties and freedoms we experience in comparison to other people in other countries. It’s okay to feel down, but we always have to pick ourselves up.

I know from experience what is like to not be excited about life and to feel as if you’ve messed everything up. I literally felt that way about ten minutes ago. But I realized that I have so much to be grateful for and that tomorrow is a new day. I know that I am the captain of my ship and that I am in charge of my present, future and destiny. And I guarantee you that you are not alone in how you are feeling.

Have you thought about seeing a psychologist or speaking with a friend? I feel better whenever I speak with others about how I’m feeling and what I’m experiencing. Sometimes we get ourselves in a dark hole, and it seems that there is no way to get out, but there is. Just believe in yourself and take small steps every day to do better and be better than the day before. For instance, since you’re not excited about life, try the first step of waking up and showering. And that will be your small step and your accomplishment for that day. The steps don’t have to be big. You just have to try. And know that I am rooting for you. I believe in you! You just have to believe in yourself. Now if you’re able to, it would be a really good idea to speak with a psychologist. They can help you sort through your feelings and help you take small steps to right your wrongs and correct your mistakes. Just remember, tomorrow is always a new day.

 

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