I’ve been through it too, that daunting thought of not knowing where you’re going, not knowing what you really want to do. Here’s how I interpret that feeling, and how I manage to deal with it.
Firstly, the feeling of not knowing what you want to do is always temporary, it often accompanies emotions of sadness. The important aspect to note here is that sadness does pass, no matter how you’re feeling now, whether or not you’re clinically depressed, you will overcome it if you follow this one simple rule;
Set a goal and strive to achieve it.
This may seem ridiculously simple, and it is to a certain extent, but we all have or have had life goals, or dreams. I urge you, dear reader, to chase those dreams, do not let anything get in your way, not sadness, not pain, loss, depression, a lack of motivation, etc. Nothing!
There’s nothing stopping you, achieve your dreams.
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