Misery: n. sensing intense unpleasantness and enduring a very bad circumstance(s) and/or enduring a very bad mental subset(s) and/or experiencing enduring intense pain(s)
There is the misery of overwhelming debt, the misery of grinding poverty, the misery of being in a shelter after a hurricane disaster, and the misery of suffering with chronic pain. Enduring long duration discomfort or very bad circumstances can cause much misery in a human’s life.
If you are impoverished and uneducated in some third world countries then your misery may be permanent but for most of us in western society if you are miserable then chances are you can do something about it on your own or with the help of good friends, relatives, or competent therapists of which there are very few.
Misery loves company and if you are associating with other miserable humans then you may never get out of your miserable circumstances. Read inspiring articles or learn new skills and knowledge which will improve your life in the long duration. Volunteer, join clubs, or surf the internet for new or better friends and improve your social life if you have none or have a bad social life.
Misery can ruin your mental and even physical health in the long duration so try not to remain miserable for very long and use self-discipline and a little imagination to get out of your bad circumstances.
If you are in chronic pain and eating organic and moderate exercise does not solve the problem then you may have to live with your misery and take pain killing medicine for the rest of your life. To motivate you remember that if you feel miserable there are probably millions of more miserable humans than you still surviving and trying to live from one day to the next.
If you don’t believe that there are more miserable humans than you then just think of the blind, deaf, dumb, or incarcerated for life who are surviving on a day to day basis and still surviving. If you still have your health then you really have no excuse for being miserable!!!!!! Lose your self-pity and live on happily.
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