Being fragile is a state of vulnerability and susceptibility. Everyone experiences this time of being fragile. May it be when you get a text from your ex-partner, an unexpected call from an old friend that you lost connection with, a confrontation from a superior or a reprimand from parents. We all have already experienced a point of being fragile. At times, it destroys our being as a person. But how do we cope with these moments? How do we revive ourselves from being fragile?
If you feel you don’t want to be around anyone, which can be common after a breakup, this is the time to act opposite of the urge. Push yourself to interact with people and prevent a pattern of loneliness and depression. —
Accept the Reality
Let’s face it. We will all reach the point of frailness. Regardless, it is okay to be fragile at times. But, every time we feel this, we have to accept the reality. We have to accept the reason why we are breaking apart. You have to accept that your ex-partner already left. You have to accept that you will never please everybody. Acceptance is the key to be free. It will also help you to realize that you are strong. Accepting the reality will teach you lessons that will help you to surpass every challenge in your life.