The best way to pull yourself out of a slump is to call and talk to a friend or family member. You may feel that you are in a "funk" but there are friends out there who can pull you out of it with a simple telephone call or an email.
One of the best remedies for ridding yourself of the blues or pulling yourself out of a funk is to do something for someone else. Do some volunteer work or just a random act of kindness. Thinking of other people takes our minds off of our own troubles and puts our energy into something useful.
there are various ways like two have already been mentioned by other hubbers...meditation , exercise also helps...
by backporchstories 6 years ago
When you feel depressed, what are the tricks you use to kick yourself out of the dumps?
by Elayne 5 years ago
How do you get yourself out of a bad mood?
by rlaha 6 years ago
What do you do? Do you relax? Do you try to forget about it and hope the next day gets better? I had a horrible day today, with a bad final exam. I do not think I will pass it, and I need this class to graduate on Thursday. I am just not sure what to do. Anyone have some inspirational...
by sarahsherlock 8 years ago
I seem to have been in a bad, irritable mood for the last two days and everything is annoying me or getting me down. Tips for getting out of a bad mood needed. Please help (for my husband's sake at least)!
by Janis Leslie Evans 2 years ago
What made "Earth, Wind, and Fire" one of (if not the best) R&B/Funk bands of all time?The founder of EWF, Maurice White, passed away yesterday. What a loss of a genius music maker. What was it about him and the band that made them so awesome? What are your favorite songs?
by Max_Power 7 years ago
Would you lie in a court (or to the police) to keep yourself out of prison?Worst case scenario - You have made a mistake, and if found guilty would end up in prison.If you were guilty but there was very little evidence, and you could stay out of prison by telling a lie, would you do it?
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