Most people struggle with motivation, but it is even more challenging if you have mental health issues, such as depression or anxiety. The thought of
doing anything may seem overwhelming.
But you can take slow, regular steps. Set small, manageable goals for yourself. As you meet those goals, you can add more goals to the list.
Don’t over-task yourself, and do not fail to congratulate yourself for every task you complete, no matter how small. This will help a great deal in boosting your self confidence.
Setbacks are normal. But developing a strong will can help you carry on and pick up where you left off.
Try as much as possible not to focus on your problem(s), as this can have a negative impact on your mood. Focus on feelings of gratitude instead, and don’t fail to read uplifting content, and surround yourself with positive people.
Give volunteering a chance, as helping others in need can help improve your sense of motivation.
So, go ahead, get motivated. Celebrate those small victories, and take things one step at a time.