When you’re in a long-distance relationship, it’s tough. You’re always wondering when you’ll see the other person again, and if they’re doing okay. You’re constantly missing them, and sometimes the loneliness can be too much to bear.
But don’t worry—you’re not alone! Millions of people are in long-distance relationships, and many of them are thriving.
In this article, we’ll talk about how long-distance relationships affect your mental health, as well as some tips for dealing with the stress and loneliness that come with them. We hope you find it helpful!
You should exercise four times a week, not just jogging; It’s high-intensity interval training, intermittent fasting, drinking about two litres of water a day, and don’t forget to practice meditation.
If you don’t get up at 4 am, you’re missing out on the most productive hour of the day. Do you spend your time watching TV? If so, you could have used this time to read useful books.
This is productivity guilt, the constant nagging feeling that you should get more done, if you’re not getting everything done; You are a lazy person who evades responsibility and will never achieve your goals.
It’s great to have dreams and a vision for your future; They can inspire you, motivate you, and help you achieve things you never imagined you could do. But what happens when we don’t achieve our dreams? What happens when you realize halfway through your life that you haven’t done the things you thought or hope
Your mental health affects the way you think, feel, and act in your daily life. It also affects your ability to handle stress, overcome challenges, build relationships, and recover from life’s setbacks and hardships.
Thank you for your time in reading, and if you choose to continue, I thank you for your patience.
It brings me great joy that you are giving this time to yourself
What I want to share is really simple and clear, but we are complicating life by adding to ourselves through reading, pursuing, obtaining, progressing, following, and thinking (doing), and the attachment to that movement is why I/we don’t like stopping or ending anything.
I send love to you all in these times ahead, and I pray for our faith to awaken through the struggles, bewilderment, worry and fear, which, unfortunately, is the suffering we unconsciously created in the first place.