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How you react to adversity is the key to a happy life

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Adversity comes to us all at some stage in life—usually multiple times. But how you react to adversity will define your life moving forward.

You cannot avoid the sorrows and struggles of life; around every corner is an obstacle that could derail your life, your direction and your plans.

You could respond by throwing your hands in the air and yelling it’s not fair or you could fall apart and chase sorrow as if it’s some addictive drug you can’t let go of.

There is another way; first, it’s natural to grieve. It’s natural to feel sorrow and heartache. Let those emotions pass through you, but don’t wallow in them. Instead, look inside and find that inner strength; we all have it. It may seem easier to fall to pieces, but right now, you have never been more alive.

Now is the time to look inwards and find that strength; take the time to find yourself and improve your life. Learn from the experience, if you were responsible for the calamity that has forsaken you, learn from it, and do what needs to be done to become stronger and more resilient. Become a better you.

But sometimes bad things happen to people who had no control over the situation and were blameless; if that is the case, then use the sorrow, use the pain to become a better person, to fight for others who may go through similar struggles.

How you respond to adversity matters, it is those struggles, those battles, and when we overcome our victories, that shape and mould us to become the people we are today.

Don’t frown on adversity but instead turn it around and use it to be a better you.

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