Call it a funk, a rut, a rough-patch — there are just times when you just don’t feel like yourself. We all go through it.
Maybe you’re more tired than usual, or crankier. Maybe you’re buzzing through your days with a low-grade ball of anxiety in the pit of your stomach, or feeling more negative and down on yourself than usual. Maybe you’re feeling more sensitive to slights, or feeling lonely — even when you’re around people.
You’re not “Depressed with a capital D…” but you just feel kind of low.
What to do? How do you start to shake off the “Yuck” and reconnect with your sense of wellbeing?
On this edition of the Love, Happiness and Success Podcast I’ll teach you how to “Loose the Blues” and start feeling like yourself again.
- How to figure out what is going on
- The simple cure for most of these “low” episodes
- The secret paradox that will help you start feeling happy again faster
- How to avoid the biggest mistake you can make during low periods. (The one that will keep you trapped in yucky feelings).
(Music Credits: “Anxiety Attack,” by Jeffrey Lewis.)