Here are 4 things to remember when you’re having a bad day. It’s worth starting by admitting:
1. It’s bad.
Don’t kid yourself. It’s worthless trying to justify why it is infact a good day. It’s not. You know it’s a bad day. Owning and accepting it, in itself, allows for the possibility of turning things around.
The truth is it’s a bad day. That’s just fact. The deeper question is, why?
For this day to be bad you must have had an expectation of how the day was supposed to go, and it evidently did not pan out that way.
It’s natural in today society to have a certain level of expectation, unconsciously or consciously. And, for whatever reason, it’s gone all wrong.
That was not under your control. What is, however, is how you react, and what you do from here on.
There are two questions you could proceed with when you are fully aware you’re having a bad day:
“Why has this happened to me?”
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