If the things are not important, you need to learn to say no. If it is important you have to take your rest or call your boss/teacher to say what happened.
Greetings Boris from the netherlands!
Stay grounded. Think through needed resources. Engage trusted dependable friends. Choose good healthcare. Walk through it with equanimity and commit for the long haul. Read Bernie Segal, Norman Cousins and other encouraging authors to find out how to beat it and over come regardless of science. Learn and try complimentary massage like light and color therapy and essential oils. Meditation and yoga and laughter, even forced. Cut yourself breaks. Learn how to be a really good friend to yourself. Don’t take others, even family and close friends, lack of understanding personal. And don’t expect them to change. Consider a Service Dog realizing 24/7 commitment is required just as he gives to you. Think positive. Get involved in professional helpful organizations like the National MS Society or Diabetes Organization, etc. Invest in and eat good organic, gluten free, nutritious meals. Learn something new and interesting daily. Exercise for physical and mental health. Develop a network of folks you can call when you’re scared. And then above all, go live your life. Live.
Reflect on them and try to see the good things in them no matter how bad they are. Try to be as optimistic as possible and tell urself that you can get through it. Believe in yourself because you are stronger than you look.
- How do you get yourself to stop procrastinating when you have no energy or motivation to complete any tasks?
- What should I do when I lose track of time? Such as when I set my goals I always tend to snooze them because of my busy schedule and I really want to complete them.
- How can you resist looking at your smartphone?
- Any tips for how to focus better while studying?
- How do u concentrate on study? Also what’s good way to revise?
- How do you make reading a boring and hard to understand book fun and something you want to do, or at least not a chore? And how do you retain the information and focus on such a book?
- Sometimes I like to study or do school work whilst the TV is on. Can this be part of my learn habit or should I try to brake this habit? I do this mostly when I am not reading alot. I do this whilst I am making a draft of something. Setting up an essay without the text, the chapters and such.
- Tips for ADHD? It takes me roughly 3 hours to get one class assignment done
- I’m easily distracted between papers while writing my research thesis This consumes a lot of time and effort and really frustrates me What can I do?
- What do you do to remeber content?