Today marks the six-month anniversary that I was finally able to experience ultimate happiness and put the past behind me. It had been a long time coming, and it was easily of the best things I had ever done. I had a load of things going on earlier this year that held me back from being happy, but I felt it was time to finally put an end to it all. So, I did just that by using the campaign FINAL.FRIDAY.21012, which signaled that Friday, February 10th, 2011 would be the end of the agony as I knew it. However, said phrase gave some people the wrong idea and automatically assumed I was implying suicide.
Contrary to the title of this blog and what I've stated thus far, I have never been suicidal or depressed. Sure, I was angry at times, but never to the point where I wanted to hurt myself or anyone else. However, there are those are there who do suffer from depression, and that's completely normal. The real goal is overcoming it. I can't directly because as I just said, I've never been unhappy to the point where I was depressed, but I did come to a point where I knew I needed to alter my mindset and shift my focus in the right direction. Worrying about the past got me nowhere, and it certainly didn't make me any happier. I see this day as an anniversary of my happiness, because I've been able to maintain that happiness on a consistent basis over the last six months. But for those that are depressed, there is a way of avoiding it.
First of all, eliminate anything in your life that you feel is negative. Don't surround yourself with anything or anything that is considered negative, nor should you be negative either. Being negative isn't an attractive quality, so it will only drive away others. Another thing, don't try to think negative thoughts either. How will that solve anything? Obviously, there are many forms of depression, but these are just general statements that could help your cause. If it's someone you're trying to get over, then forget them.
As I've said before, everything happens for a reason, so you're better off without the person you're probably missing. Being alone shouldn't be considered a bad thing, so that shouldn't be a reason to be depressed. Everyone gets what they deserve in the end. If you're asking, "If if everyone gets what they deserve, then why am I unhappy?" it's because following any terrible occurrence, something absolutely amazing is sure to follow.
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