Recently, a woman told me, "I am so tired". I was astonished what she hurt with a fade. She continued to say that she felt her life had become so predictable, repeated and rather dull. Both her job and her marriage were fine but neither was demanding nor exciting. She added that she was also denied because she had neglected her body. What most informed her was that she was such a happy person with many hobbies and great energy.
I had heard similar expressions from other men and women in the second half of life. Although no one else had been referred to what was happening as "andering away". But the mark was the same.
How do you recover? The key to making changes is to start by thinking differently and by taking action.
1. Believe You Can Make Changes
By truly believing that change is possible through life we solve growth. Just as plants need to be constantly nurtured to thrive so make people. If we do not have new challenges from the outside or create new goals for ourselves, we'll definitely start. There is a human need that we make our lives to be what we know deeply that we can be.
2. Stay for a long time
We are all used to it. When we do something again and again it becomes a habit. To change habits, you need to keep in mind what you want to change and start with small steps. Permanent change takes perseverance and after a while you will develop new habits.
3. Grow Yourself Through Life
Do things for as long as you like them. When a expedition sets, ask yourself what you need to do to make tasks or situations more interesting. For example, couples need to keep in touch otherwise, the relationship loses life risk and will be primarily reduced by stress life. Likewise, there must be a chance to grow and be a challenge at work because otherwise the mind will be injured. One of the symptoms of the second part of life is renewing the desire for life to have meaning and purpose. Apply your inner voice because it encourages you to establish an independent self.
4. Take Action
The most important thing to do is start. For example, if you want more energy for you, check your eating habits. Are you eating things that fuel you or are you looking forward to a dry cleaner? You can make a conscious decision to drink more water instead of soda. It must be conscious and specific. You can say to yourself: "I'll drink one soda a day and share water all the time." This decision needs to be monitored daily and before you know it, you will have developed a new healthier habit.
Watch your life as a journey. You are the conductor of the trip. If you're on the way that does not give you the pleasure you want, find a new way. Enjoy the process as it can take you in directions you have not imagined yet.