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Battle to Settle!

For the person you are at the moment;

By Priya DhakshinPublished about a year ago 3 min read
Battle to Settle!
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As wonder as the sky, when it makes peace with every rain, storm or any kind of disaster and then turns out looking like nothing ever happened and gives you the perfect end and the fresh start, that's the same wonder with people, who turns out their hurdles and settle in their battle with triumph and pride.

For some, the rain may lead into floods, the wind might turn into a cyclone. When everything is over it'll either take you to where you belong or it might take you to where you've started.

In the end after all the struggle, you'll conquer the new beginning; either in a new place or in the same place to raise again. And when you reach that one moment, you ought to love yourself for the person you are at the moment, because you fought for it to become one ; where and who you are now.

Motivating ourselves during difficult times can be challenging, but there are several strategies that can help.

One approach is to set specific, achievable goals for yourself. This can give you a sense of purpose and direction, and help you focus on what you need to do to overcome your struggles.

Another strategy is to break down larger goals into smaller, manageable tasks. This can make the goal feel less overwhelming and help you make progress towards achieving it.

It's also important to take care of yourself physically and emotionally. Eating well, getting enough sleep, and exercising regularly can help improve your mood and energy levels, which can make it easier to face challenges.

It can also be helpful to talk to someone about your struggles, whether it's a friend, family member, or professional. They can provide support and guidance, and help you gain a different perspective on the situation.

Finally, remember that it's okay to ask for help if you need it. Whether it's reaching out to a therapist, joining a support group, or seeking assistance from a financial counselor, there are many resources available to help you through difficult times.

Feeling proud of oneself is a positive and healthy emotion that can boost self-esteem and self-confidence.

Recognize & Focus on your strengths: Take a moment to identify your strengths and recognize the unique skills and talents you bring to the table.

Set and achieve goals: Set realistic and challenging goals for yourself and take steps to achieve them. The sense of accomplishment you'll feel when you reach your goal will be a source of pride.

Accomplishments: Reflect on your accomplishments, no matter how big or small, and give yourself credit for the things you've achieved.

Practice self-compassion: Be kind and understanding towards yourself. Recognize that everyone makes mistakes and that it is okay to not be perfect.

Practice self-care: Taking care of yourself physically, mentally, and emotionally can help boost your self-esteem and increase your sense of pride.

Celebrate your successes: Acknowledge and celebrate your achievements, no matter how small they may be.

Surround yourself with positive people: Surround yourself with people who support and encourage you, rather than those who bring you down.

Help others: volunteer, or do something selfless for someone else. Helping others can give you a sense of purpose and a feeling of pride in knowing you made a positive impact on someone else's life.

Accept your failures: Don't beat yourself up over failures or mistakes. Instead, view them as opportunities to learn and grow.

Give yourself credit: Acknowledge your hard work and efforts, and don't be afraid to give yourself credit for your accomplishments.

Remember that pride is a healthy and positive emotion, and it comes from within, so focus on what you've achieved and how far you've come, rather than comparing yourself to others.

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