5 Things to Remain Positive About When All Hope is Gone
However, positivity is never something I have written about, it’s not something that crosses my mind, it just tends to come naturally.
Positive About When All Hope is Gone
With that in mind, I decided to do a little twist on the theme of this blog and look at remaining positive even when it looks like there is no hope and things aren’t going to get better.
5 Things to Remain Positive About
So, what are the 5 things that you should always remain positive about, especially through your low points? Let’s find out, shall we…
I love the saying ‘If there’s nothing wrong with your health, you don’t have a problem’, I’m not saying I fully believe in it (I don’t believe in problems, only situations) but it definitely makes sense. When we are born, there’s only one thing all of us having in common, we are going to die.
There’s Always Tomorrow.
You’ve probably heard this a million times but the point of this statement is just as true as ever. Have you ever been stressing about something a lot, maybe through impatience, and woke up the next day and found that you don’t really care about that ‘problem’ anymore?
- Your Potential.
There are some people in this world who are billionaires. There are some people in this world that discovered gravity, invented electricity. Even someone who came up with the internet. You know what the difference is between you and all these amazing people?
- 4. Things Could be Worse.
Things could be worse, they could always be worse, at least in 99.9% of situations we find ourselves in. I recently told the story of a prostitute who kicked out on the street by a man who had sex with her and didn’t pay. This was while watched by lots of people with their heads hanging out of office windows to see what was going on. Imagine being in that situation.
- 5. You’ll Come Out Stronger.
I love challenges, I really do. I love knowing I scared of doing something but that I can conquer it. For example, I recently did a bungee jump, I was very nervous before jumping from an 80ft bridge but I loved knowing I was nervous, I loved having the opportunity to overcome the fear.