Emotional Wreck: How Do You Cope?

Emotional Wreck: How Do You Cope?

So, this article is really personal and coming from firsthand experience. As I’m typing this out, you guessed it, I’m a bit of an emotional wreck. But how do you cope? Well, there’s no one answer out there because our life experiences and current emotional states are extremely unique. And maybe I’m here on this platform hoping for some answers, while providing encouragement to someone out there who may be in the depths of despair. If you’re an emotional wreck like me, you may or may not fully understand the root causes. However, if you’re human, then you’ve undoubtedly survived some trials and tribulations leading you to this moment. Thus, you have some tools in your life toolbox to rely on when times get hard. If you’ve got some feedback, I’d love to hear from you.

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Don’t Quit, No Matter What

If you’re reading this maybe you’re an emotional wreck or you might know someone who’s going through it. At any given moment in life, we all have some goal we’re striving for, right? However, we’re all capable of handling life based on our experiences. One thing that’s for sure, you only fail if you quit. Possibly you’re struggling through an occupational difficulty or dealing with a relationship dilemma. As long as you keep your eyes on the prize, things will shake out one way or another. Tell yourself, even though you may be an emotional wreck now, nothing is permanent or forever. I rely on an adage I heard often in addiction recovery: This too shall pass.

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Find an Exercise Routine

One of the best ways to improve your mood when you’re going through emotional pain is some sort of physical exercise routine. This can be as simple as a walk in the evening after dinner. Even if you don’t work out regularly and are out of shape, you can start small. Maybe you’re into nature? Go for a hike and get some fresh air. Get some sunlight which is good for the soul! Join a group workout class which could provide opportunities to make new connections. Like-minded people doing positive things could help push you out of that emotional wreck state you might be in. Study up on healthy foods to supplement your exercise routine.

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Emotional Wreck? Ask For Help

So, if you’re reading this and feel like an emotional wreck, you’ve heard of the word pride. What does this mean to me? Well, this means I’m too good to ask for help. The difficulties you’re going through may be life altering and seem insurmountable. There is a way to traverse that trail and mountain, whether in the short term or long term. There are numerous resources out there in 2023. For example, professionals in the mental health field are out there to point you in the right direction. Also, support groups, friends and trusted family with life experience dealing with trials can be used as a support system. Addictions are often associated with being an emotional wreck. Check out the Best Books for Addiction Recovery!

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Patience with Emotional Pain

Being in emotional pain or being an “emotional wreck” can come in many shapes and sizes. Personally, mine has been an overwhelming chest heaviness and pain that rears its ugly head randomly. Having done some personal growth work with counseling and working the steps of AA, I’ve come to understand it somewhat. However, my patience has been tested time and time again. Like any trial in life, just when you think you’re in the clear, something else or the same burden can sneak up on you again. Don’t lose hope or faith my friends. Be patient. If you’ve got a faith or fellowship to rely on, some spiritual support in these moments can give you the strength to endure.

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The Wrap Up-Emotional Wreck: How Do You Cope?

As I said previously, if you’re here on this page, you’re probably going through difficult times and indeed an emotional wreck. I’m currently going through it and looking for answers myself. A blog like this has become a sort of digital journal to vent and hopefully help someone out in the process. So, whatever you’re going through, don’t quit, reach out if you need to and above all else, be patient. Rely on faith and prayer, even if you’re not spiritual or a believer. I know many people who found a purpose and higher power, especially in the darkest of times. It is in those moments, when growth occurs, and we’re given the strength to push through the emotional wreck. Thanks for being here. You have a purpose so don’t quit my friends!

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Thoughts From The Author

So, this was a meaningful article at a difficult time for me. But some Road to Success Quotes were very helpful. Hopefully this blog turned online journal will become a haven for answers and direction for someone seeking direction in life. Because human experiences are generally the same, though we may have different backgrounds. For more insight check out Find Something To Live For, Everyone is Struggling and Future Tripping Ain’t a Good Thing. And for your personal development please read and share Being A Late Bloomer, Push Through the Pain and the Best Self Help Audio Books! Thanks so much for being here and supporting this movement to find your best life my friends. God Bless! -The Good Guy