If, for whatever reason, you feel like control of your life has slipped through your fingers, then it’s about time you claimed it back. It’s your right to be in command of your destiny and the way you feel day in, day out. So, whatever it is that is holding you back, be it physical or mental, fight it! To find out how to go about turfing out whatever seems to be in command of your life, and reclaiming the control that is rightfully yours, check out the advice below.
Take help whenever it is offered
You will more than likely feel like the problems that you face day in, day out are yours and yours alone to bear. This, however, is not a healthy thing to think nor believe, as no problem, not even personal ones, can be faced if help from others isn’t sought. Such help offers perspective, it offers support and, most importantly, it makes the situation real — this is crucial because no situation can be dealt with if it isn’t made to feel real. For these reasons, you have to be taking help whenever it is offered. This could mean simply opening up to a loved one about what concerns you about your life, or it could mean agreeing to undertake a medically supported drug rehab program to beat any substance addictions that you have plaguing your life. Whatever accepting help means to you, just make sure you do it.
Get back to peak performance
Your willpower is not an unlimited resource, and every time you use or exercise it a chunk of it will be lost. Eventually, this results in you having none left, and that’s when things begin to go south for your performance. You can always get back to peak performance, though, no matter how drained your willpower might be.
One thing that you can try is just letting things be. If you allow your behavior to become automatic, and if you resolve only to think should you absolutely need to, you’ll find yourself performing far better. Something else that you should do is get as much sleep as possible, even if that means sleeping late in the morning. Leaving your bed fully rested is the best way to boost your willpower, and that’ll make fighting procrastination as the day progresses an easier task for you to undertake.
You have every right to feel in control of your life — if, for whatever reason, you feel like this is not the case at this time, or at any time in the future, then you have to resolve to do something about it. You have to do all you can to make each day better for yourself by trying to recapture your ability to work at your peak performance. As well as that, you also have to be open to accepting help whenever it is offered. Most importantly, don’t let anybody try to control who you are as a person, not even your other half, as you have every right to be whoever it is you want to be.