Have things not been going the way you planned? Perhaps you're feeling lost, frustrated, and if it's even worth it to keep going. While it's normal to feel this way from time to time, it's important to remember that you are exactly where you need to be.
You are the hardest on yourself and expect the most from yourself, which is why you're feeling the way you do.
It's easy to be our own worst critic and think that we're not good enough, especially when things aren't going our way. We compare ourselves to others, doubt our abilities, and believe that we'll never achieve our goals.
If you're constantly putting yourself down and expecting perfection, then it's time to cut yourself some slack. Remember that you are human and doing the best you can, that everyone goes through difficulties, and that you are not alone.
You Are Exactly Where You Need To Be
I have found myself questioning over and over again whether I'm doing the right thing. I've felt stuck in my career, unsure of which path to take and if I'm even headed in the right direction. Every time I've felt this way, at the time, it seemed like the worst possible thing that could happen. But looking back, I can see now that it was all part of the journey.
It's hard to connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backwards, which is why it's so difficult for us to understand why things play out the way that they do.
It took me YEARS to be at this point in my life where I feel like everything that has happened to me, good and bad, has led me to exactly where I'm supposed to be.
And even though I don't have everything figured out just yet, I am grateful for the lessons that I've learned and the challenges that I've faced because they've made me into the person I am today.
But before that? I cried, I stressed, and I doubted myself and my decisions. I felt like I was never good enough, and I didn't understand why I didn't see any results despite working so hard.
And then, one day, after years of feeling the same way, the results I'd been hoping for started to show. It wasn't an overnight success but rather a culmination of everything I had experienced up until that point.
There were so many times when I almost gave up, but I didn't because I knew that, although I didn't like where I was at the time, I had to go through it.
It's easy to get caught up in the negative and focus on all of the things that are going wrong, but whatever you're going through right now, whether it's struggling in your career, relationship, or just feeling lost in general, trust the process.
You are exactly where you need to be, and although it might not make sense at the time, eventually, it will all come together.
Everything Happens For A Reason
When things don't go according to plan, it's easy to think that we're being punished or that we don't deserve what we want. But, it's the complete opposite, the universe is trying to tell you something, and you're being redirected to something better.
The process you're going through is preparing you for something better and leading you to where you're meant to be; every step you take brings you closer to where you need to be.
You have to experience heartbreak, failure, and disappointment. You have to put in the hard work day in and day out with no guarantee of success; during these times, we learn and grow the most.
The challenges and hardships you face make you stronger and wiser and teach you valuable lessons to help you grow and become the people you're meant to be.
Everything happens for a reason, and that universe has a plan for you; even though things may not be going according to YOUR plan, it doesn't mean that it's not part of a greater plan.
It's Not The End Of The World
Whenever we face difficulties or setbacks, it feels like the end of the world. It's easy to get caught up in our heads and think that this is as good as it gets, but that's not true.
You're going to face challenges throughout your life, but they don't define you as a person; how you respond to them does. You can either let them break you or use them as an opportunity to grow and become a better person.
The challenges you face make you stronger and help you realize what you're truly capable of; they help shape the person you're meant to be.
Everything Works Out In The End
No matter how dark and difficult things might seem, eventually, they will work out. It might not be on your timeline or according to your plan, but eventually, everything will fall into place. If the door you wanted closes, it's because a bigger and better one will open.