It´s not about how week you are feeling, how sad you are. It´s how you get out of it. Everybody have problems. Everyone are sad. There is not a soul without scars from life. Age doesn´t´matter. You can not say your problems are worse than anyone else’s ’cause we all by our own and in many ways lifting others problems together.
You can feel bad about yourself. As long as you are alive you don´t truly, one hundred percent hate yourself. There is always something you love. Something worth living for. There is always someone who loves you. Feeling sorry is okay. Respect that you are feeling upset is evan better. Tell someone what you feel is an evan greater start to getting to feel better. ’cause as life itself, you can not run through it alone. You aren´t born to be alone. You are born this life because you´re worth and able to live it. No exceptions.
The way to get out of it is to share, believe it and want it. If the only thing you do is complaining about it, than you hurt yourself evan more and also the people around you. If the only thing you do is telling, showing people how you feel and don´t chance anything, don´t evan show that you are trying, don´t listen to anyone else than you don´t want to feel better. Than you want to be sad. You want people to look at you as if you are a little sore. You want the attention, because you think that´s the only way folks can notice you.
By telling others why you are mad or sad is fantastic, but when it continues over time, it´s not about you inform others anymore, it´s about you getting response and heart. Then your mind thinks that the only way for you to get their heart is to feel bad about yourself.
If you want to feel good. Feel great about yourself, you have to change, other wise you don´t evan give it a try. You can if you want. Easy to say, harder to do, but true.
It is never easy and if it is, than it´s no problem. If it is hard and you are processing, as you will for the rest of your life, it is a problem. You are doing it right. It feels like for ever to get better, but when you are past the worst tome, than you know that you have developed. That is what life is about. Meeting someone who is processing something hard and dealing it good is much more impressing to see than someone who still is in that hard time unwilling to get better, unwilling to change anything. Someone who is practically bragging about there difficulties.