Uncertainty is destined to be swirling around in the ebbs and flows of everyone’s life, for one reason or another.
Uncertainty along with change, are sure-fire things to happen, so it makes a lot more sense to embrace them as they take place. Rather than to become stressed and worry over the numerous outcomes they could possibly inject into your life.
Sometimes certain levels of doubt and worry can become so overwhelming they that cause us to behave differently. They can even cause us to feel angry and frustrated at others or ourselves for not having the answers, or not being more insightful, or not planning things out better etc. We can work ourselves up into a frenzy and then end up feeling inadequate, like we’re constantly failing.
This is why it’s important to acknowledge and celebrate the things you’ve:
· Felt proud of yourself for
· Done well in
· Maybe even keep a record or journal of these moments, so you can remind yourself of your wins and by doing this you can build up the trust and belief in yourself.
Because we’re not able to always control our environment and experiences, things aren’t always going to run smoothly and be perfect. So we’ll be doing ourselves a favour to recognise that things don’t have to be perfect. We should stop seeing our imperfections as faults but instead embrace them for the unique value they have to offer us as individuals.
Another way to reduce the influences of uncertainty is to instead of just wandering through life, making flexible plans for the future can help to provide some structure of a pathway for the direction which you want your life to go in. By setting goals and milestones to help track your progress and celebrate your achievements, you can increase your own self-belief.
Only when can we accept that change and doubt are just a part of our existence can we embrace uncertainty and adapt accordingly.