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Not so long ago, I was in a pretty dark place: my work had taken over my life, and I had zero balance. I had the sinking feeling that I was betraying a part of myself. I felt hopeless — and ashamed , because after all: who the fuck am I to complain? I have no right to complain about anything, ever. But still — it felt like something needed to change , and in a big way.
Are you ready to make a big change? Starting over in life means being willing to let go of what isn't working or what's holding you back. When creating the life you want, set realistic and attainable goals so that you can work toward your dreams. Make time for fun and leisure activities to bring meaning and enjoyment to your life. Finally, be flexible in your approach and willing to adjust your life when you need to. To start over and build a new life for yourself, first do your best to work through any circumstances that might he holding you back. Additionally, acknowledge any feelings that might keep you from moving on and look for healthy ways to deal with them, such as finding creative outlets or keeping a journal.
There are two ways to think about starting over. A divorce happens. Start over. You get let go from a job. An accident happens. That was my case. I had a car accident as a teenager that inspired me to want to have a different quality of life.
Growing Up Means Fixing What’s Inside First
In my life, September is the month I most look forward to. I remember how much I loved going to buy school supplies.
Each day is a new chapter for anyone. Are you feeling stuck in your life? Do you want to start over and make some changes? Do you feel like Bill Murray in the movie Groundhog Day , where you relive the same day over and over again? Starting over can be scary, but you deserve the life you want. Here are some techniques that will help you reconsider your life and start fresh and move forward. If you want to start over in your life, start by taking note of your past failures and successes so you can decide what you want to change and stay the same.