Here’s another question one of you sent in that I’m answering today for my new regular Q & A.
This person went through a very rough time, and I want to help her and help you, too.
Q: The other day, I had a total disaster happen.
First, I saw my ex with his new girlfriend,
and blurted out something super inappropriate
(yes, I’m bitter).
I was humiliated and upset.
Then, I had a blind date from the internet which was just awful.
He was really attractive, but I was in such a
funk from seeing the ex that I was in a foul mood, stuck my foot in my mouth and felt a fool.
Of course, that date didn’t last long
(I don’t blame him for not being interested), and then, I had a minor fender bender on the way home.
I have not had panic attacks in years,
but I had one.
It took me hours to be okay, I pretty much didn’t sleep the night, and the following days have been pretty terrible.
It’s like there’s a black cloud hanging over me.
Is there any hope for me in love?
A: Of course there is!
We all have had bad times in love, and as horrible as this has been for you, it’s not even the worst I’ve heard.
But you still have every hope.
So, how do you move beyond the black cloud? There are only three things you can do to remove yourself out of the funk.
What happened in this case is that you got such a negative momentum going that it was hard to stop it in the middle of the downward movement.
The good news is that momentum will peter out if you don’t feed it. So, when it gets THAT bad, here are the 3 things that can work.
I would do one of these as soon as you see the downward momentum starting to happen so it doesn’t compound the way it did in this case (bless your heart!)
1) Take a nap.
You may have heard my “go lie down” philosophy.
If the going gets rough, check out for a while. You’ll wake up feeling better, fresh and can work on a more positive momentum.
that meditation is so powerful that it can circumvent automatic reflexes, ease up on our fight-or-flight instinct and completely change our state. It’s why meditations are always included in my work.
Meditation is a great way to change your state, especially if it’s chronic.
3) Distract yourself.
It really helps to go watch a silly program, pick up a good book, love your cat or involve yourself in a project.
You can come back to the subject of love when you feel better, and it’ll be so much easier to get positive momentum going.
If you don’t feed the negative momentum by continuing to act from an off-center place, you have no idea how quickly things can get good for you.
Love could show up tomorrow!
I bless you for feeling better & finding the new lease on life that awaits you.
Try those 3 things the next time you feel yourself going down a black hole.