Do You Feel like This Sometimes?

Do your first thoughts in the morning just after waking up consist of:

This is the way my life is.

Accept it.

It sucks, but get real, it’s always been this way. My family is this way. My friends are this way.

Sorry, it’s just the way it is.

That progresses into: Well, just wait until it’s over…can’t wait.

It’s like you want someone to point the gun at you and pull the trigger…so it can be over…and you didn’t have to kill yourself.

Is that the truth? Ya…probably…

But somehow we get thru the day…lying to ourselves…wishing we were dead…but going thru the motions.

I think like 98% of us live this way, because we never even come close to living up to our potential.

What a miserable existence!!!

I know this is dark, but, really, that is the way it is for almost all of us.

Wow!!! Not so good…huh?

Maybe just realizing that will compel us to move forward just a little today.

I really don’t know how or why. I just feel it.

It’s so bad and no one has come and pulled the trigger…yet…and so…somehow…we can move forward and change just one thing…for the better.

How does extreme fatalness generate a little progress?

No idea…

Maybe you can help, which will contribute to that little progress.

Thanks in advance!!!

8 thoughts on “Do You Feel like This Sometimes?”

    1. That’s a pretty general question. Can you explain to me what you got out of the post. It says at the end to progress a little each day. And if you want help or just join in in doing just that. There is a coaching program if you want to take advantage of it

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