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In the past few months, I’ve been living alone in an unfamiliar city, away from everyone that I love. I left what was familiar to me to pursue my goals more intensely in graduate school. I knew it would be hard, but I could have never imagined that I’d face this many challenges at once and that it would leave me struggling to find my happiness again.
What was suppose to be an experience that enhanced my life and put me closer to my passions and goals, turned out to slowly drain my passion and take away my happiness. Although I am much more in control now, I want to share with you what I'm doing in the New Year to overcome the challenges that have been creating doubt and unhappiness in my life.
Ughhh, the single life. It can be the best of times, or it can be the worse or the best times…literally.
Ironically, most people who are single fall into 2 broad categories: the 1) “Having the time of my life” singles or the 2) “The single life sucks” singles. And if you’re single, or know someone who is, you can probably make the distinction of where you (or your friend) fall in those two categories quite instantly.
We all feel overwhelmed at some point in our lives. The constant demands, mixed with the unpredictability of life, can be too much sometimes. And we've all been there, at the verge of a breakdown: “I can’t do this anymore”, “this is too much”, “I can’t go on like this”.
You feel pressured, in panic, uncertain, and helpless. You can’t quite wrap your head around things, and when you try, you’re head feels like it’s going to explode!
OK, take a deep breath. Help is on it's way! This blog will help you snap out of your current state of stress and help you build resilience to future misfortunes. Why not develop the skills to overcome overwhelm faster when it happens? Become more resilient to future events? And be more in control of the outcome of your life? Let's take back control!