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Showing Strength When Life Feels Like You've Hit Rock Bottom

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Hitting rock bottom for anyone of us will have a different meaning. You may have been fired from a job, had an accident on the road or divorced from a husband or wife. Whatever has caused you to reach rock bottom will feel immense to you. But feeling this way can affect us in a whole host of ways, and one thing it can damage is confidence. When you hit rock bottom the only way is up, right? But without the confidence to put one foot in front of the other to get there, how do you move on? Here are some of the ways you can show strength when you feel like you have hit rock bottom. 


Stay away from the negativity and embrace the positivity 

It’s at this time of your life that you really get to know who your friends are. You will start to notice a pattern, so it presents a perfect opportunity for you to reevaluate your inner circle and stay away from any negativity. Some people are good for you, but others can zap the life right out of you and have a detrimental effect on your wellbeing. Without you even realizing it. 


Change your body language

Your posture, body language, and eye contact can all have a way with your confidence. Feeling slumped with your head down will instantly surround yourself with low confidence and self-esteem thoughts. It is harder to break away and move on from that when you are feeling it, as well as thinking it. So stand up, with your back straight and hold your head up high. Embrace people and smile, even if it is scaring you on the inside. 


Seek justice or resolve, not revenge

Whatever happened to you, it’s time for you to gain some inner clarity and closure. Revenge isn’t a road you should be going down, as this can only enable you to continue down a negative path. Instead, seek justice, or resolve your inner feelings. A car accident can knock your confidence but a lawyer could seek compensation. An accident in a theme park could mean you need advice from a roller coaster personal injury attorney. If you lost your job, evaluate as to why that happened, then move on with the goal of getting something better and what is right for you. It’s about learning from our experiences and taking out the positive elements as much as possible. 


Work on your gratitude and see the difference it can make

Finally, being grateful is one of the most powerful feelings. Grateful for your life if it was an accident you were involved in. Grateful for the lessons learned if your career has taken a knock. But also being grateful for the little things in life, such as your mindset, your home, your family, the life you lead. It can become a habit that will enable you to find inner peace with things helping you to improve your confidence. 





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