Instead of complaining about unfavorable circumstances use them to push you to heights you wouldn’t have otherwise been able to achieve. Many successful people were once depressed or addicts in the past.
At some point, however, they hit rock bottom and were able to use that pain as leverage to push themselves to where they are today. Going through depression or being a former addict isn’t a prerequisite to success, but the pain you endure through out those time periods is an amazing opportunity for growth.
Being able to look in the mirror and accept that you’re the one who’s responsible for the life you’ve created is a tremendously empowering experience. If you’re going through a tough time in your life, realize nothing’s going to change until you’re willing to do so.
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