To Strive In A World Of Ironies And Paradoxes

mental disease

We live in a world of ironies and paradoxes.
We are connected to hundreds of people on the internet, but find it difficult to have a genuine connection in real life.

We have so many opinions on the way others should lead their life, but not one on our own life. We have so many things that we want to say, but we end up saying, “Ah, nothing really!” to most of the questions that come our way.

We have so many things we want to do, but can’t seem to decide the perfect timing of anything. We pose with the biggest smile while getting a photograph clicked, but it disappears as soon as the flash is gone.

We long for some change in our life, but have no idea how to bring it about.

Yet, we argue and say that it’s a beautiful world to live in. Because we know, deep down inside, that is really is. Life doesn’t come with stress as a package. Rather, it comes with opportunities – opportunities for change, for growth, for dreams, for love and so on. But, because we are conditioned to look for things to improve, it becomes normal to just stare at the cloud and not notice the silver lining that comes with it.

So, what do we do now?

How do we strive to live a life worth reminiscing in a world filled with innumerable ironies and paradoxes?

The answer is quite simple, actually – by being true to ourselves. By acknowledging that while all humans are quite similar at the core of their being, everyone has a unique path. And because our paths are unique, what works for one person might or might not work for another person, and that’s okay. You don’t need to have all the facilities available in order to change your life – courage is enough. But, courage is a tricky fellow. Sometimes, it shows up out of the blue and sometimes, you can never find it no matter how hard you look. But, guess what? It happens with everyone, which means that you’re not alone in this journey.

And because you’re not alone, you will find people who would understand your worries, even when they haven’t walked your path. So, talk to them. Let it out. Because the more you talk your thoughts out – be it with a friend, a counselor or even on paper, the closer you get to being true to yourself.

When times overwhelm you, remember that you’re not alone and that help is just a call away. Feel free to use the online consultation services here at Gurgaon Clinics and we will get you in touch with the best psychiatrist in Gurgaon for you.