Jade B asked in Social SciencePsychology · 1 decade ago

Ok.. I need some big time cheering up..?

I have alot of homework.. Alot of make up work.. Today was the worst day of my life.. Everything is changing and i don't deal well with change.. help..

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  • 1 decade ago
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    It's quite simple, "Just Breathe."

    Take one day at a time and try and stay optimistic. If it's the worst day of your life, then it can only get better from there, correct?

  • 1 decade ago

    Gray skies are Gonna clear up

    put on a happy face

    Wipe off that smirk and cheer up

    Put on a happy face!

    Spread sunshine all over the place

    Put on a happy face!

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  • 1 decade ago

    Following are tips to help you cope with change. They may seem basic, but are vitally important in helping make change a more positive experience.

    Develop support relationships at work and home. People with friends on whom they can rely during stressful times experience fewer negative effects of the stress change can bring. They also remain healthier, are more successful and live longer.

    Examine your work environment. If possible, change what you don't like about your work environment or accept what you can't change. If you can do neither, then it's time for the big change: A change of jobs. When beginning a new job, re-examine the old. What worked that you would like to take to a new job? What should be left behind?

    Take care of yourself. Eat a balanced diet, exercise, get enough rest. Take time to relax with friends and family. Enjoy your hobbies. Listen to your body. If you don't think these suggestions are important, look around at others who aren't using them. You'll soon discover how just how important these basic wellness tips are.

    Build self-esteem. There is only one you. You have special talents and interests. List what you like about yourself and note your special talents. Also, list what you appreciate about family and friends. Tell them and make them feel good, too.

    Be open and flexible. Knowing that change can happen at any time helps you accept an adjust when it occurs. Most people are eager to settle into comfortable routines. Realize that your present routine may only be temporary.

    Keep your "sunny side" up. The old song went something like, "Accent the positive and eliminate the negative. keep on the sunny side of life." A positive attitude helps you feel good about yourself, goes a long way toward improving your health and helps you deal with changes that come along.

    Take control of your life. What can you do now that will help you cope with the changes in your life? Make a list of options. What are the positive and negative outcomes of each choice. Practice finding the good in each of life's changes. It's not what happens to you that causes you to be happy or unhappiness; it's how you react to what happens. Your reaction governs the outcome. Take charge of your thoughts and actions.

    Use resources available to you. Resources include self-help publications, support groups, friends, money, loving family members, special talents, good health, time and a positive attitude. All of these resources and more can help when you're facing a change. Learn to recognize and use them.

  • 1 decade ago

    Tell yourself to plow in and get as much done as possible...you have to start somewhere...make yourself a time table to follow...work for an hour, stop for fifteen minutes and take a break...then get right back to work and knock it out..then, you will be proud of yourself for conquering such a task...in the meantime, put on some happy music and keep lots of goodies around to eat..before you know it, you will be caught up, and you will start to see the corners of your mouth lift and a big smile will once again grace your face!!! Go for it darling!..that's what makes you a WINNER

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  • 1 decade ago

    Changing is adapting and that skill will improve with the years.You need something relaxing so you can forget for a moment the daily troubles.And wen you feel relaxed you can do easily twice the work without losing precious time. Good luck!

  • 1 decade ago

    From time to time, everybody get loaded down with work. Take a deep breath, and attack the pile one at a time. Take a 10 minute break every hour. Most of all, don't panic. Before you know it, the stack of work will be gone.

  • Jen
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    take a deep breath... make some tea... stand outside for a minute or two just to calm down and refresh yourself... and just start on one task, do it as if you didn't have anything else to do, take your time and do the stuff right, and when you're done do the same with the next one until you're finished.

    if you have to take a break, then take a break. you might as well take your time and do your best on each one and if you don't get it all done, relax, you'll get it done soon and everyone else will just have to accept that.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    take a break, watch your favourite film, put your feet up..stick on a dvd..do somethin on your computer, distract your brain...disengage..in your troubles and engage in other stuff. its gonna be ok dude tkcre

  • Axel
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    Haha, you suck. Choke.

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