3 things to do when life seems unfair - new lune

3 Things To Do When Life Seems Unfair.

Everyone goes through a stage where everything might seem unfair. Whether it’s a person disappointing you with their words & actions or a situation that makes you feel like people don’t have any morals or values anymore, we all have been thought that before. In today’s post, I wanted to share with you 3 things you can do if you’ve reached that point in your life.

Tout le monde passe par une étape où tout peut sembler injuste. Qu’il s’agisse d’une personne qui vous déçoit par ses paroles et ses actions ou d’une situation qui vous donne l’impression que les gens n’ont plus de morale ou de valeurs, nous avons tous pensé cela auparavant. Dans le post d’aujourd’hui, je voulais partager avec vous 3 choses que vous pouvez faire si vous avez atteint ce point dans votre vie.

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TAKE A BREAK FROM EVERYTHING

This point can apply to everything and anything in life. Taking a break will not only help you distract your mind but it will also help you see the positive side of your life. It will allow you to do things that you enjoy doing and show you that life is much more than those things that have been preoccupying you.

Ce point peut s’appliquer à tout et n’importe quoi dans la vie. Faire une pause vous aidera non seulement à distraire votre esprit, mais cela vous aidera également à voir le côté positif de votre vie. Cela vous permettra de faire des choses que vous aimez faire et vous montrera que la vie est bien plus que ces choses qui vous préoccupent.

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BLOCK & DISTANCE YOURSELF

Like how there is a block button on social media platforms, you can apply the same technique both online and in person. If you find that someone or something is worsening your mental health and restricts you from living your life in peace then it’s time to block that person & situation. I know it’s easier said than done depending on your circumstance but that’s the only way to see the light again in your life.

Comme la façon dont il existe un bouton de blocage sur les plateformes de médias sociaux, vous pouvez appliquer la même technique en ligne et en personne. Si vous constatez que quelqu’un ou quelque chose aggrave votre santé mentale et vous empêche de vivre votre vie en paix, il est temps de bloquer cette personne et cette situation. Je sais que c’est plus facile à dire qu’à faire selon votre situation, mais c’est la seule façon de voir à nouveau la lumière dans votre vie.

Related: 3 Ways To Protect Yourself From Toxic People.

 

FIND CLOSURE

Try to find closure depending on the unfairness you are going through whether it’s by speaking up or leaving that situation/person/environment all together. You can do so much to distract your mind but at the end if you don’t deal with that situation, it’s only going to slowly have an impact on your mental & physical health.

Essayez de trouver une solution en fonction de l’injustice que vous vivez, que ce soit en prenant la parole ou en quittant cette situation/personne/environnement tous ensemble. Vous pouvez faire beaucoup pour distraire votre esprit, mais à la fin, si vous ne faites pas face à cette situation, cela n’aura que lentement un impact sur votre santé mentale et physique.

Related: 3 Ways To Bounce Back From A Bad Experience.


Thank you so much for reading! – xo N

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  1. I agree with everything except the blocking part. I think blocking is a bit harsh, especially if there is no rhyme or reason and the other person is left in the dark wondering what happened. This kinda thing happened to me where I was the one blocked on everything. It hurt a lot because I considered her to be a close friend. A few weeks prior I was telling her how grateful I was for her friendship. I only block if the other person blocks first, and I have the option to block back. I don’t typically let such ppl back into my life after they’ve showed me their true colors (and intentions).

    1. I agree with you when it comes to blocking a person with no reason, you should only block someone from your life if their actions or words took a huge toll on you (+ if they are toxic) otherwise being honest & upfront about your feelings will resolve the issues. I’m really sorry to hear about your experience, you don’t always know what’s going on in another person’s mind but as long as you know that you treated that person with love & care, that’s what matters. You can’t let their actions define you, I hope you are in a much better place now ❤️

    2. The one who blocked me thought I was the toxic one. It goes to show how different people’s POVs can be and it’s impossible to tell what the other lesson is thinking. I don’t agree with how she handled it but she was doing the best she could with the coping mechanisms she had… still, it’s not how I would have dealt with it and it caused me a lot of emotional pain in the end which I’m still processing.

      A person could be the kindest person in the world and I can guarantee that there’s a frenemy that secretly does not like them for x, y, or z reasons.

      I couldn’t had guessed that she would end things abruptly without voice or reason and as much I try to place blame on myself, there’s nothing I could have done to prevent the outcome or control her actions. I still tell myself this and try to practice self-compassion. In my workplace, we have to be passionate and caring towards staff and patients. It’s such an important skill to learn and implement in life!

  2. Great article, sometimes it’s better to take a break from things. Blocking is also good as long as the other person knows why you decided to do that. He or she could learn from the experience.

    1. Thank you so much! Absolutely. Most of the times when you block someone, there is a huge chance that they already know the reason as to why they have been put in that position in the first place but depending on the circumstance, stating the reason can bring you closure or make the other person realise of their wrongdoing.

  3. I agree with all the points sometimes everything seems so toxic. So, it’s better to cut from those people or anything which is harming you mental health. It can be both on social media as well as real life. Bc you are important to yourself and should not care about people whatever they think of you if it’s not good for you don’t think about them.

    Thanks for the advice

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