Is it okay to not be okay in light of everything that is going on around us and the current ecosystem in which we live?
Over the previous few days, I’ve spoken with some folks I’ve known in my personal and professional life, as well as some who are merely acquaintances. Most of these folks agree that we are tired and exhausted both physically and psychologically the majority of the time. Is it okay if we say so or ask for help? Or should we just go with the flow and postpone, knowing that speaking up may imply that I am a weak person who lacks the capacity and fortitude to perform?
When I analyze and think about such feelings and corroborate them, I realize that nothing is worth it if we don’t act. Burnout is unavoidable unless we move forward and take appropriate measures.
Self-care and mental wellness are mutually beneficial. Most people want to stay focused on their objectives and achievements while exceeding their expectations. Being a juggler, they believe, is the utmost expectation and achievement for the sake of occasionally losing it totally and eventually finding yourself all alone. It is vital to maintain physical, emotional, and mental well-being through simple self-care routines.
Here are a few things that everyone should do and must do:
Take a break – it is critical to give yourself some time without feeling guilty about it; don’t let it become a big task; it is OK to not feel okay and simply take a break.
Recognize that you are not invincible – we must value the time and resources that others contribute.
Celebrate your achievements for a job well done – take a moment to reflect on your success and celebrate minor victories. When things go bad, recall the victories, and I am confident it will lift your spirits.
Make sure you surround yourself with supportive colleagues/family members – this will ensure that you have time for self-care and that it is a healthy give and take.
Recognize the need of self-care – It is critical to recharge and reboot – you must refuel and have your tank full again in order to feel good and be in your genuine form.
It is all too simple to go derailed and miss the bus. What matters is self-care, self-preservation, and self-management, with the concerns, plainly being self-neglect and self-sabotage.
It is critical to recognize when useless behaviors such as procrastination, anxiety, and cogitation gain precedence and we become so preoccupied that we don’t even realize what is going on. There is a need to incorporate self-care into our daily lives in order to live a secure, stress-free, anxiety-free life while also becoming constructive and effective in an authentic way.
Self-Care is essential and should always be a priority that is in individual control, purposeful and self-initiated, in order to maintain health and well-being.
As a result, it is critical to add a little bit of love and focus on your own body, mind, and spirit.
As a result, it is OK to feel unsatisfied.