more problems than a mathbook

The beginning of the week is hard. Then the middle comes, and it feels even worse. Then, sometimes we can even find a way to make the end of the week difficult. The facts are, life is far more challenging than we want it to be. The reason we often don’t realize the ‘best times’ of our life is that no time is so perfect that you can’t find fault with it. We get used to the level of stress, and if it isn’t that strenuous, we often find a way of making it so.

As humans, we need some sort of conflict to keep things interesting, and to motivate us. Without problems, we would truly be miserable. Our problems are our own, and help define us. Sometimes we may mistake positivity as somehow enjoying difficult situations we find ourselves in– this isn’t what I mean to argue. Instead, our problems are necessary parts of our lives that we need to continually fight to overcome. Like any good superhero fiction fan knows, the best rivals are the ones you learn from, respect, and never give up fighting. That doesn’t mean that our problems are easy to deal with, or that people will all suffer the same amount. It means that we should take our problems on as something we can overcome, and as something we will learn from.

Come what may, you are far more capable than you realize. Our beliefs can either hold us back or open us to new areas. Our limits go out farther than we assume, and most importantly, we don’t face challenges alone! Everyone needs and uses support, so use others and appreciate them in all you do. You can do this! Whatever it is, you can get through this.

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