The German philosopher, Friedrich Nietzsche once said, “That which does not kill us, makes us stronger.” Surviving a major life crisis or trauma, can instill a renewed appreciation for life in anyone that allows themselves to view the world in a new light, feeling that they are standing a little taller because they have adapted and succeeded. Getting through a hardship can give you a new personal strength that allows you to become more spiritually satisfied, and this psychological adjustment of your behavior should offset any conflicting obstacles in your current situation and thus end up improving your life. No one ever said that life would be easy, but if you are willing to accept your fate and play the cards that you were dealt even if this entails suffering through difficult circumstances, your life will have a deeper meaning, which will make you happier. Suffering is an inevitable part of life and surviving a horrifying traumatic experience helps you to move forward and grow as a person.
Don’t give up, never surrender you must accept reality even if it is filled with pain and suffering. If it does not kill you, then it might make you stronger, and your suffering may be eased when you learn to accept your situation and start managing your circumstances. Your way of life will never improve if you surrender, as there is no magic that will make your troubles just go away because you ignore them, but your live may become less painful if you become a survivor and this should give your life a deeper meaning. Surviving life’s hard knocks can transform you, by allowing you to mutate and evolve and eventually become resistant to similar adversities.
A calamity may make you feel down and out, but if you prevail and survive then you can become stronger because of it. When you are down on your luck and it seems like mayhem and chaos are all around you, try to toughen up, and you may find that you have the capacity to adapt, fight and learn how to defeat any hardship. Use the difficulties in your life to develop optimism and gain a positive can-do attitude in the face of any adversity or misfortune, so when “Life gives you lemons, then make lemonade”.

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