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I search the Matrix looking for cracks in "reality". I find surprising moments of solace as I do this. I also sometimes find terrible things I cannot unlearn. But in the long run I am better for learning "truth" (subjective to the framing of "reality") even if fleeting.
nebula12687dstep back and analyze the situation. if i am in a really really bad situation i lock myself for one or two days. i calm down (because i think without a clear head you just produce bullshit) and then i think about possible solutions.
this at least works best for me.
I talk. On forums , with mom , with some friends, a lot of people . And myself too . Like, i would just recored am audio and then listen it and delete it later. This makes the problem reflect clearly and a problem discussed is a problem solved .
I consider the alternative.
An existence with great suffering is still better than no existence at all.
@nebula I mean it is like a cycle for me. For a couple month things went full productive at work and contributed to a lot for personal growth[ proficiency ]. As time goes , when coming back to reality things are different than anticipated or expected which leads to
comparison with others [in terms of relationship, finance,] and followed by a little bit of dissatisfaction
anxiety [ in tems of how things could possible change after a definite time with my current progress and issues . Eg : 5, 10 years] ,
Insomnia [ thinking total bs]
Possible reasons from analysis
Lack of communication
Lacking of concentration of priority driven thought process
Possible solutions from analysis