Am I feeling sorry for myself? (Poster+Invitation)

Talking about getting rid of the blues, Zig Ziglar said:
“Logic will not change an emotion, but action will.”

So here it goes. This is a 30-day challenge for you and I.

  1. I invite you to download the poster
  2. Print it on A3, A4, or A2 paper
  3. Bookmark this page
  4. Go through the challenge every day for 30 days
  5. Share your experiences in the comments (Fake names are ok).

Feeling down? Sad? Depressed? Cycling through mood swings? Whatever it is. Try action for 30 days —starting with this very powerful question.

If you can’t print it, I’ll print it for you on thick A3 paper and mail it to you anywhere in Lebanon (First 5 only.) Just ask in the comments.


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4 Responses to Am I feeling sorry for myself? (Poster+Invitation)

  1. adonis bouhatab says:

    I didn’t feel depressed or down in the last two years. Is there something wrong with me? I am penniless and yet I am so busy and charged to get depressed…Where in the chart should I start?

  2. Anonymous says:

    <div dir="ltr">If you didn't feel depressed or down during the past two years, that's great! You don't need the chart :-)<br><br></div>

  3. X says:

    What if the reasons for the sadness are known, and it is perceived that feeling frustrated about these reasons could be a healthy step in the direction of improving them?Do you think happiness inducing methods like the ones mentioned above could hinder the process of dealing with the sources of the hurt/sadness?

  4. adonis bouhatab says:

    <div dir="ltr"><div>If we attend to the causes of our sadness, we casn sort out most of the reasons:</div> <div>First, there are the causes that we have no longer control over them (time pass, people die, health deteriorate…) We can accept them and shelve them, through &quot;published&quot; introspective processes</div> <div>Second, causes we have control over them, but we opt to work on our strongest passions and act upon them…</div> <div>Third, causes we have control over them and we decide to attend on them, one at a time…</div> <div>Happiness is a symptom of this attendance and active working on the causes of sadness. We are challenging our conventional wisdoms and common sense attitudes…<br><br></div></div>

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