I need someone who can look up information for me on Google.
I have a list of different emotions, like stressed, depressed, angry, sad Etc. and for each emotion I need someone to search through the Google articles and find 5 ways to recover from that emotion.
Below is an example of what I need. Below are examples of hopeless and Discouraged. I need someone to do the same for a list of other emotions. It's easy work, you just have to Google search and read through articles, copy and paste the info into a Word doc, make sure it's all the same format and make sure theirs 5 for each emotion. Also make sure they sound good. Like think in the situation..would they help you get out of the bad emotion or prolong a good one?
1) You have to press play. Take a second and really realize that you can’t rewind your life. You can either hit pause or play. Hitting pause is sometimes necessary and a powerful part of the healing process, but you need to hit play more often than the pause button. Don’t let the world pass you by while you’re waiting for something to happen. Sometimes it’s painful to get started, but it will get easier. It’s a lot more painful to still be feeling like this a month from now and you’ll never get that time back. You can make anything happen you want to, you just have to get started and keep going.
2) Take an easy step forward. Set one small goal for right now. Anything will do. Clean the bathroom. Straighten up your desk. Write a letter to someone. Wash, wax, and vacuum the car. Have your hair done. Call a friend who'd like to hear from you. Then, do it! Don't hesitate. Don't stall. Don't talk yourself out of doing it. Just do it. When you've done what you set out to do, reward yourself. Not tomorrow. Not next week. Right away. While you’re rewarding yourself, set another small goal for tomorrow. Set a reminder and do the whole process over. At the end of the day, no matter how poorly you feel things have gone, remind yourself every night that you at least accomplished one thing you set out to accomplish.
3) Make a list. Pull out a piece of paper and make a list of everything in your life your thankful for. Reminding ourselves what we’re grateful for can help instill the confidence we need to push ourselves even farther. Remember there’s someone out there worse off than you are and they’re still pushing ahead and you can too.
4) Think of the possibilities. It’s easy to want to give up or throw your hands in desperation, but don’t. Instead take out a piece of paper or quietly think and look into the future 5 years from now. What are all of the positive possibilities that can happen? Think of how different things can be. In general we get what we expect in life. If your expectations for life are negative, you end up experiencing a lot of negatives so turn that around and think of all of the positives possibilities that can be ahead, waiting for you.
5) Write out this quote. “On particularly rough days when I’m sure I can’t possibly endure, I like to remind myself that my track record for getting through bad days so far is 100%.” Now really think about it while you’re writing it down and put it somewhere you will see it to remind you.
1) Treat yourself. There's a fine line between motivating yourself and beating yourself up. When your pep talk starts sounding like insults, stop trying to force yourself and take a break. Get yourself a favorite snack, or take a walk outside. Think of something you enjoy and do it for yourself. You deserve it!