It’s a godawful feeling!

But why do we feel this way when it’s just no good way to feel at all?!?

We  worst part is you end up blaming yourself for being not enough, but it’s got nothing to do with some deep lying faults, but a bunch of annoyances that build up over time.

Those times when you had too much on your plate, and you ran out of time to do the one thing you absolutely had to get done, and then someone was rude and it got to you…

It all adds up, but if we want to do something about it, we’ve got to single out the main culprits:

Fatigue + frustration = you feel like a failure

Aha, we got them, guilty as charged! Let’s round them up one by one:

Exhausted- what could you do then? You could rest, of course – and should, but there is more:

You feel rejuvenated when you experience something new, to shake up the senses and send them off in a direction.

This need not be some epic adventure, but trying new food, or class, or a new park nearby…

Give it a go, you’ve nothing to lose and everything to gain!

Next up – frustration.

And it’s a big one because it builds up over time and it’s hard to know where you can even begin…

Here is something you could try – to cut through this dark, heavy mood…


Sounds weird, but it’s impossible to feel like a failure when you’re cheering on your best friend or thanking your team mate for being there for you…

Works like a charm! Let me know if it doesn’t?

Hope it’s been helpful, but if you do know more, check out this week’s episode of The Happy YOU for more on how to stop feeling like a failure…

Because you deserve to be happy!!

Video version of the episode:

And there is a poem to go with it – check the one minute rendition I got for you here:

If you are looking for a pick me up, check out my brand new book on thriving in times of uncertainty: