From a Psychologist, 28 Ways to Rebound When Something Goes Wrong


We’ve all had those days (or months or years, for that matter) when something seems to be going wrong. They try to knock us down and prevent us from progressing. Times like these can catch us off guard, but we can emerge much wiser and stronger as a result. When something seems to be going wrong, here are some top do’s, don’ts, and stuff to consider.

9 Things to Remember: Everything, including this, is transient.
Happiness stems from your attitude about life, not from what happens to you.
The things in your life that are going well, even though they seem insignificant.
The ones who are rooting for you.
What matters most to you and what you should let go of
In the end, it is up to you to decide how you will respond.
Your tenacity in the face of adversity in the past.
Bad times do not describe you; however, your attitude does.
Worrying, anger, moaning, denial, or any of the many other ways we try to avoid suffering when things go wrong won’t help.
13 Things You Shouldn’t Do:
Don’t panic or get ahead of yourself.
Go straight to blaming and critiquing.
Extend the lashes.
You can either self-destruct or numb yourself.
Ignore your own needs.
Ignore your gut instincts.
Instead of focusing on what is, consider what might have been.
Monitor what you can, and let go of what you can’t.
Remind yourself about the single heinous crime you’ve ever committed.
Asking “what if” or “why me” without also remembering what’s possible and what makes you powerful is a recipe for disaster.
Concentrate on other people’s perspectives because they represent the speaker, not you.
Worry about who you’re impressing or who you’re not impressing.
Isolate yourself or others if you want to be alone.
Acceptance, acceptance, acceptance, acceptance, acceptance, acceptance, acceptance, acceptance, acceptance, acceptance, acceptance, acceptance, acceptance, acceptance,
Keep your focus on the moment. Rather than thinking about the future or focusing on the past, concentrate on what is happening right now and what you can do right now.
Concentrate on setting achievable goals for yourself and the situation.
Make a distinction between what you can alter and what you can’t.
Take a step forward, then another. Keep going forward, even though it’s just baby steps.
Instead of dwelling on the worst-case scenario, consider what else is possible.
Keep an eye out for the lesson. Challenging circumstances will also show us what we need to know.
Maintain a positive outlook by focusing on ideas, talents, and strengths.
Begin little.
Spend time with those who believe in you.
Appreciate the good days, savor the simple pleasures, and look for the secret surprises in the bad times.
Make sure you look after yourself.
Treat yourself with dignity and affection.
Rather than just tuning out or unplugging, rejuvenate.
Ask for assistance as soon as possible.
Seek advice or a second opinion.
Take the measures necessary to continue working toward your goals in life.
Consider the situation from the perspective of someone else.
Enable it to stand the test of time. Consider whether this means the same thing in one, five, or ten years.
Even if it’s just 10 minutes of walking, get the body moving.
Laugh at yourself. Take in a sitcom. Make a call to a vivacious pal. Consider the situation in the context of a stand-up routine.
Assist someone who is in need.
Put pen to paper. Blog about a happier time in your life, vent your frustrations about this situation, or brainstorm ways to get out of it.
Find a way to express yourself creatively.
Read and reread other people’s motivational, inspiring, or motivating phrases.
Get out in the fresh air and be inspired. Keep an eye on the sun as it rises or sets. Pay attention to the birds. Take it all in and get a sense of scale.
Allow yourself a moment to gather your thoughts. Assess the harm, figure out what can and can’t be done, or simply get out of the way.
Choose one major objective to focus on in order to make a long-term difference.

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Reiki is administered by a practitioner channeling life force energy through another person through his or her hands. The Reiki is said to be able to flow through the damaged parts of the subject’s energy field and charge them with positive energy thanks to the aforementioned spiritual guidance. It increases consciousness in and around the physical body, which contains negative thoughts and emotions. This allows the Reiki healer’s touch to swoop in and clear the energy channels, loosening the hold of negative energy like tension, anxiety, physical discomfort, depression, and uncertainty.


Finley Morris

Was born in Melbourn and studied Law in Cambridge University. He is a lawyer and frelances on writing articles for news on crime.

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