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Left Behind: The Emotional Impact of Life's Hardships

Left Behind: The Emotional Impact of Life's Hardships

A very moving article and relatable for so many of us.
By @RhidiculousLife

Have you ever felt like you are ‘behind’ in life? Not quite reaching your goals, watching those around you ‘succeed,’ facing countless setbacks all while the clock is ticking?

When I reached my mid-twenties, I felt like I was going backwards in life. I was settled into my hometown in a small apartment from the age of 19. I had a stable job, independent financial stability and a long term-relationship. To all who knew me I had it all, but behind closed doors there were many reasons I needed to change. I started by ending my relationship. It was then that I started to hear the things people were saying about me. The impact of other people’s words and the rejection and alienation from people who I thought were my friends lead to my already diagnosed depression spiralling out of control. [Read More]

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Have you ever felt like you are ‘behind’ in life? Not quite reaching your goals, watching those around you ‘succeed,’ facing countless setbacks all while the clock is ticking?

When I reached my mid-twenties, I felt like I was going backwards in life. I was settled into my hometown in a small apartment from the age of 19. I had a stable job, independent financial stability and a long term-relationship. To all who knew me I had it all, but behind closed doors there were many reasons I needed to change. I started by ending my relationship. It was then that I started to hear the things people were saying about me. The impact of other people’s words and the rejection and alienation from people who I thought were my friends lead to my already diagnosed depression spiralling out of control.

I had the excruciating feeling like I was in…

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I love to discuss Australian Politics. My key areas of interest are Welfare, Disadvantage, emotions in the workplace, organisational behaviour, stigma, leadership, women, unionism. I am pro-worker and anti-conservativism/Liberalism. You will find my blog posts written from a Laborist / Progressive Slant.

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