Every New Stage In Our Life Is Paid By The Crisis

Mental & Physical health

Every new stage in our life we pay with the crisis. The crisis is always a change.

And when a man desperately adheres to a role that has already exhausted herself, he starts slowly slipping into emotional bankruptcy. About the choice – to dive into a crisis or emotionally bankrupt writes Aglaje Datechidzeon her blog.

“Every transition to a new stage pay with our own crises, in a way, self-pay with shame, the exit from cosmos we pay with a break, the birth we pay with pain, the closeness we pay with compromises, freedom – loneliness.

If a man retains a depleted role, he begins to slip slowly over emotional bankruptcy. He no longer has the strength, no motive, no interest. There are many such people. Mothers talk to teenagers about two years. Directors spit on reports. A thirty-year-old nymph. Eternal students, inexplicable husbands, lovers of truth with a bare ass and other such characters.

Crisis lead to progress. People Learn More When They go out from comfort zone.

The longer you stay in the exhausting role, the more you become the character, where all the replicas are foreseen, and the steps are prescribed. Director of bankruptcy, nymphs of guilds, accusations of mothers and so on.

What else can you say? You have to come to the point of the end, and there is no justice in it when your own crisis is standing in front of your nose as a large dark lake, where you need to completely dive, not knowing I’m begging you have enough air. You should be ready to sink and not touch the bottom. Or to pierce it with your own head, to go to the other side. To be ready for your unwillingness.

People in crisis keep their life unchanged. The same connections, the same person, the same level. But the crisis is always a change. First of all, the hardest to change. Otherwise, it would not be a crisis.

Sooner or later they will have to it. By staying on the shore, you will still pay for your time, strength, and ultimately life. Somehow. “


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