The fortnight chase – Chase to mental health
Many of us know the purpose of our living but some are confused. We are talking of the people who are crystal clear of their aim in life. Ok, I understand. There is no need to know this as we are here to take the day as it comes. But, at a certain point, we wait for a minute and ask ourselves that Why are we working? Who are we chasing? Are we chasing success or depression? But basically, it is a chase to our mental health. The training our brain and being mentally fit. The ones who are regularly following my blog may recall that I always stress on training the brain to achieve what you want. And to the new readers also, I firmly believe that you are what you think. When you sow apple seeds, you won’t get orange fruit.
Mental health- choosing the right way
Everybody is after something or the other in life. A toddler is chasing his toy. A school going girl is chasing her grades. A mother wants the ‘me’ time. Similarly, the earning member of the family has larger things to chase in life. In between this chase game, many lose themselves to mental illness. They are not able to differentiate the thin line between admiration and being envious.
No success is preset. We have to mend our ways and make a path of our own. We have to weed the hurdles. The biggest of the hurdles is chasing competitors. Often we overlook that we chase the success but depression chases us. We are stuck. But the survival of the fittest is the one who beats the depression and finishes chasing success.
Some quick tips to remember
- Befriend your competitor and play clean and healthy. This calms you mentally and you can be stress-free.
- Everyone eyes another person either from the same fraternity or other. Get inspired by them instead of being envious or jealous. Both have different effects on your mental health.
Choose carefully whom you chase. If at any point, you feel lost and need some guidance, contact me. I am always an email away.
I am taking part in fortnight-long blogging challenge – BarAThon 2018
I am writing on the theme – Chase to Mental health