In your lowest moments, that’s when you see others blossom.
When you wake up one day and your employer tells you your job has become redundant or you are fired, the next post you see is someone you know has posted a job promotion or is starting a new job.
When you just had a breakup. Managing the pains of divorce or being left by the one you loved for years, The next post you see is a happy couple dancing together.
When you are failing to give your children at least one meal a day, or when you slept on an empty stomach, the next post you see is a group of people feasting and enjoying most probably what they couldn’t finish.
When you are struggling with your child who has turned and become a drug addict, the next post you see is one parent celebrating the graduation of their child.
In your lowest moments, that’s when you see others blossom. This week try not to excessively use social media to protect your mental health.
Social media can fuel anxiety, depression, and other mental health issues. This is because we are exposed to so much information. In your lowest moments know that there is a time for everything. Do not give yourself pressure because others are blossoming.
Your time will come