Hitting Rock Bottom Isn't the End; It's a Fresh Beginning

Being broken doesn’t mean you can’t be fixed. It is another way of being transformed. Take all the lessons and experience to create a better you.

Letting Go

We must learn to let go of what's holding us down in order to move forward. When we hit rock bottom, we are able to see the big picture. This way we can decide what needs to stay and what needs to go. You must be able to put the pain, discomfort, betrayal and disappointment behind. Carrying all that baggage on your shoulders only slows you down. Allow yourself to breath and move forward one step at a time.

A New Start

Hitting rock bottom isn’t the end. You are getting a new perspective and a new opportunity to start fresh.

You see; when we hit rock bottom, we often feel sad, lost, or even confused. I’m here to tell you it’s not the end. Take a deep breath in. Take a moment to analyze the situation. Ask yourself: What does this goal/dream mean to me? Who am I doing this for?

If what you’re doing right now isn’t making you happy, then change it! If your goals/dreams are set but you find yourself stuck, remind yourself why you started. Take a different approach to things. You might be missing something.

Faith

Feeling lost isn’t a sign of weakness. In order to achieve something, you must believe in it with all you have. You have to believe in yourself and that you can achieve it. Hitting rock bottom is the birthplace of belief.

Without failure, there is no success

You can’t change what has happened to you but you can choose how to react.

How many times did you try to ride a bike and fell? Did you give up? No. You tried until you were able to ride it. You will fail more than once in life. Failing isn’t a sign of incapability. It’s a sign of strength.

Wiser and stronger

We grow wiser from our experiences and choices. Rock bottom isn’t the end; it helps you grow as a person and to become a better version of yourself. You become stronger with every obstacle and now know that you can overcome them.

Find emotional stability

If you’re unhappy, start doing the things that make you happy.

Someone wise once told me that we give power to the emotions that matter to us. Stop replaying that moment that brought you so much sorrow. Don’t give that person that left you, that lost opportunity or that failed attempt so much energy it doesn’t need. Instead of letting the bad drain you, let the good things have that energy. Think positive and focus on today.

While hitting rock bottom can be the darkest place you have ever been to, you can find the healthy ray of light within it. You can grow into a better version than you we were yesterday. Find faith in your goals, dreams and yourself. Together, we will embrace the new and strong us.