Learning To Cope

Not everyone gets “Happily Ever After”. Sometimes you are faced with situations or challenges that just happen to catch you off guard. There are conditions that may cause you to feel uncomfortable, anxious, or even fearful. I am not speaking necessarily about physical challenges, which will be a topic for another time.  I am referring s to situations in your day to day life.

Most often, our society is so quick to offer drugs to help us cope.  This will only mask the problem. So then… How do you cope?Coping is a learned behavior.  Understanding the issue you are faced with, goes much deeper than the knowledge of knowing.  Once you are able to understand the circumstance, then you can learn to navigate through the challenge you are facing.  Some of you can “Breathe” or”Meditate” your way through. Others may find an activity such as an “Exercise” that will stimulate your mind, which it opposite of meditation. Whatever it is that works for you, do it!  If you need some help, seek it! Sometimes having someone who will listen, or someone you can express your feelings to, invite it!

Open the door to your mind. It’s called “Classic Thinking”. It teaches you to move through life, seeking awareness and ascending towards your needs.  You will then learn to cope.  You will see that in time these feelings held inside will pass and that you will become stronger every day.

Live a happier and healthier life, by learning to cope.


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6 thoughts on “Learning To Cope

    • Jill Lee Post author

      Thank you Sher, for reading this weeks “Blog” I really do appreciate your comments.
      Learning to cope with daily challenges is not always an easy task. Sometimes we have to take a step back, and analyze the situation. Thinking things through. Saying it out loud and then listening. Hearing your own thoughts, in your own words. That helps you make the right choices on how you might handle a particular situation. “Classical Thinking” is methodical yet easy. You may want to give me a call, we can talk about that more.

      Warmest Regards,
      Jill

    • Jill Lee Post author

      Thank you Sandy for reading this weeks “Blog”.
      I hope you will continue to read, as there is always something we can all take away from these thoughts.

      Warmest Regards,
      Jill

  • Sharlene Brush

    Jill, excellent words on coping mechanisms. Life tends to throw everyone a curve when least expected. Your words are poignant and very true. Enjoy reading what most people, no matter how strong, should remember what you have written. Your friend, Shar

    • Jill Lee Post author

      Thank you Shar for your comments.
      It is so true that we never know what life situation may come about, and how we “cope” with our challenges can make a big difference in the outcome.

      Warmest Regards,
      Jill