Perhaps there are a few days in everybody's life when everybody feels stuck on some of the other
things. There may be some off-days in our lives when we don't feel like working or talking to anyone,
even if that person is so close to our heart. We feel sad and depressed. There are situations when
the real cause of our sadness is not even known, but we feel sad. We feel like we cry and cry and
weep. Wondering over something sad that happened a while ago in our life. We can only find ways
to cry and always stick to one thing only "I don't know what to do with my life."
In our life, we can have any kind of stress or tension; relationship stress, study stress, family
pressures, or any kind of mental stress that we may experience. The first and foremost thing we
have to do to avoid stress is to keep ourselves happy and occupied at all times.
Being happy doesn’t mean that you always have to wear a fake smile on your face just to show
yourself and others that you are happy, but you actually need to keep yourself happy.
Now the question which arises in your mind would be ‘Is there any good way to Keep me happy?’
Well, the answer to your question is yes. Life Coach Ritu Singal has listed several ways of how you
can keep yourself happy and satisfied even when you are not feeling it.
But before that I would like you to read my story, a real story. With the help of her I am now being
able to find my inner peace and also the answer to my own question “I don’t know what to do with
I used to write a story when I was a girl. I used to sit by myself in my room for hours, writing off,
about aliens, monsters, great warriors, family, and friends. Just that I had decided to read it to
someone. But I wanted to please my teachers and friends. Just for the pure pleasure thereof.
And then I stopped for some reason. And I do not know why.
As a kid, we all seem to lose contact with what we loved. The fire is drained out of us by something
about the social stresses of puberty and the professional expectations of young adulthood.
We’retold that if we're somehow rewarded for it the only incentive to do something is. And the world's
relational existence ultimately hampers us and makes us feel lost or trapped.
Only when I was in my mid-20s did I rediscover how much I enjoyed writing. And it wasn't until I
began the company that I realized how much I loved designing websites — everything I did for joy in
my teenage years.
The funny thing though, is that when my 8-year-old self asked my 20-year-old self, "Why are you no
longer writing? "And I replied, 'because I'm not good at it,' or 'because no one will read what I'm
saying,' or 'because you can't make money doing that,' not only will I be totally wrong, but that
eight-year-old part of me would also have begun to cry. The eight-year-old boy didn't care about
Google traffic or the virality of social media or book advances. He just wanted to be playing. And that
is always where the excitement begins: with a sense of play.
Now I am going to discuss a few key points of how Ritu Singal helped me find an answer to my
1. Keep yourself occupied when you are feeling low
Life Coach gave her clients very good advice which says that you must keep yourself occupied with
some work even when you are not feeling like doing it. It will not only help you eliminate the
negative thoughts which might be stuck in your head but will also give you reasons to smile. Life is
not easy at all. We have to see all the ups and downs in life. The only thing which matters is how
strong we keep ourselves when a difficult situation prevails. That will be our real test in which if we
pass that will prove to be our victory.