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How To Embrace Forced Changes And Live Your Best Life

: Tips For Improving Wellbeing And Mindfulness

By Lara Livingstone Published 2 years ago 4 min read


How often do we find ourselves resisting the forces of change, wishing we could stay in our comfort zones forever? Of course, that’s simply not possible; eventually, we must all exit our comfort zones and embrace the changes life throws at us.

In this article, we’ll explore tips on how you can learn to get comfortable with and embrace forced change.

Dealing with change and its outcomes, can help lead you to your best life and ultimately appreciate the changes you have experienced.

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During the course of our lives, we all go through things and experience connected short or long-term symptoms like anxiety, stress, frustration, and confusion. These symptoms may seem unrelated from each other, but in fact, many of them originate from a lack of our mind and body alignment. If we don’t look after our physical and mental well-being we cannot expect to function at our best.

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Whether you're at a crossroads or just looking to get your life on track, it's important to find a way to embrace forced change and live your best life. Here are some tips for improving well-being and mindfulness.

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Gratitude is always the first step. Expressing gratitude can help combat negative emotions like sadness, regret, or anger. The more gratitude we feel, the more likely we are to experience positive feelings of happiness and joy as well as increased energy and optimism.

Protect your peace daily by leaving yourself open to attracting amazing friends and love, but knowing how to define your boundaries to frame these relationships.


It’s time to let go of what's holding you back. It's time to stop living in a constant state of worry and instead focus on the good things that make you happy. Remember, we all face challenges at one point or another, but some people are able to come out stronger than before. You can be and are now one of them.


1. Identify what is causing you stress. 2. Take steps to change the situation or take a break from it by doing things that are mentally and physically relaxing, such as reading a book, going for a walk, or playing with your dog.


One of the very best ways to cope with forced change is to take care of yourself. Sounds so simple, but so many of us just don't bother to look after ourselves. Take care of your physical needs by eating well, getting enough sleep, and exercising.

Make sure you take care of your mental needs by having a routine that includes hobbies and relaxation techniques. Finally, make sure you take care of your emotional needs by talking to trusted friends and family members about what is going on in your life.


-Start by looking at your schedule for the week and identify what you would like to do less of, or spend less time on.

-Schedule it as tightly as possible so that it’s not hanging over your head.

-If you have trouble getting rid of a task, ask yourself why you are putting it off. What is the worst that could happen if you stop doing this?


Learning how to say no can be difficult, especially when it feels like you're being asked to do something that doesn't align with your values. Saying no is a skill that will allow you to set boundaries in your life and make decisions that are best for you. It's important to recognize the difference between saying no because you don't want to do something and saying no because it violates your personal values.


It's important to know what you want and stick to it. If you’re a people pleaser who is over being stepped on, you can be someone is trying to change your boundaries - stand your ground!

You will feel better about yourself if you don't let others take advantage of you or guilt-trip you. Say no and be confident in your decision! Don't feel like you have to live up to other people's expectations if they're not what makes you happy.


Sometimes, the best thing you can do for yourself is to reach out for help. It's important to know that you're not alone and that there are people out there who want to support you.

Try talking with someone close to you or reaching out to a professional such as a therapist, counselor, or psychiatrist. You might also find it helpful to join an online support group or take part in some type of religious activity.

So there you have it - tips and strategies to help you negotiate through unexpected changes. I’d love to know what you think about them and how effective they were if and when you used any of them.

In the meantime, have a wonderful weekend

Lara xo

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About the Creator

Lara Livingstone

Time waits for no one and no one understands that better than me, as a digital creator and blogger. If you want to maximize your time, & keep up to date with all the latest travel/life news - check out my articles, products, and reviews

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