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What is the best thing to do when you are upset & tired of worries & difficulties of life?

Asked By: - 8/16/2010
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Teresa mentioned Dale Carnegie. So here are some quotes... More
Answered By: JKooL - 8/16/2010
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start creating, build, exercise & progress in any aspect of life. Start a schedule, do what represents "positive" to you.
Answered By: just being honest - 8/16/2010
 
go out and live a little, try something new and exhillerating, get a rush , hangout out with your friends
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Answered By: Bobby - 8/16/2010
 
read quraan
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Answered By: Ezz Deen - 8/16/2010
 
It sounds like you need to rediscover life and yourself. In times like these my first step is to seek the source, pray. Next, appreciate, discover beauty in everything around you. Next, as another post has stated, create... find inspiration in doing. Then, find your wisdom, transform yourself even as it seems difficult... More
Answered By: hudsonblueriver - 8/16/2010
 
Read the book HOW TO STOP WORRYING by Dale Carnegie.
Answered By: Teresa - 8/16/2010
 
A 45 minute brisk walk is quite therapeutic.
Answered By: Paul - 8/16/2010
 
My motto is: "When you get to the end of your rope you tie a knot and hang on." ;- )
Answered By: adagio58 - 8/16/2010
 
I either meditate or get totally inebriated. Both methods work, but meditating doesn't give me a hangover.
Answered By: GLENN - 8/16/2010
 
Calmly stare across the sky... More
Answered By: Breezey - 8/16/2010
 
When we are upset, "set down" the worries for a while, and relax. When we are tired too much, overtired, go for a retread, a re-tire, to some re-treat, for a while. Like they say, turn back and face the dog, and it would stop chasing you!
Answered By: Spiritualseeker - 8/16/2010
 
How often we wish we could get a fresh start in life. We recognize that we've made some mistakes, and the past weighs heavily on our mind. We wish we could take back some cruel words, spend more time with someone, or be more forgiving this time... More
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Answered By: Vinayak - 8/16/2010
 
i would always think of people whose lives are more horrible than me,that gives me great consolation.
Answered By: prasant - 8/17/2010
 
Pray God.
Answered By: Anantha - 8/17/2010
 
Best thing to do is stop doing things.
Answered By: burla kameshwar r - 8/17/2010
 
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