Advice for Those Who are Feeling Down

Feeling down? We all go there sometimes. Here's some advice that could help.

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Feeling down? We all go there sometimes. Here's some advice that could help.

Justin De Leon, Staff Writer

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I can start this by saying many things, such as everything will be okay, you can do this, you are amazing and you can get through it.

The truth of the matter is that we are all human. We have our ups and downs. We have our peaks and our lowest points. But the only true and surefire way to pull yourself up is to analyze your situation, see where you can improve, and go with the flow. There cannot be inner peace within yourself without some sort of conflict and/or struggle. The best things come when you understand where you are coming from.

Now, you may be asking yourself as you read this, what makes this guy qualified to tell me how to pull myself out of my dumps? Well, to simply put it, I am not. I have been through many ups and downs just as many other people have, but I have learned from where I’ve been. When I feel down, the first thing I do is assess my situation down to the nitty-gritty, then I proceed to slowly but surely understand what I must do to feel better.

From the bottom of my heart, anyone reading this can surely feel better, whether it’s from reading this and learning, or finding your own way that suits you perfectly. Nevertheless, I strongly encourage those of you who are feeling down to examine yourself, so that you may better understand what you are going through and what you feel within.