Hello again and welcome to the latest edition of “Beth Dutton quotes from season four.” This week we’re going to be looking at Beth’s position in group dynamics compared to her former self, and the psychology of how to survive hard days of life.

Take a Break

I’m not saying you should quit your job or stop going to school, but it’s okay to say no to things that don’t really matter in the long run. You’re allowed to say no to social engagements or work commitments if they’re not making you happy. You can even take a day off from everything and just sleep in or watch Netflix all day if you want.

So, take short breaks throughout the day where you do something relaxing or fun so that when it’s time to go back to work, you’ll be more energized than exhausted.

Be Kind To Yourself

Sometimes it’s easy to forget that we all have our bad days, but it’s important to remember that it’s okay for us to feel this way and that we need to take care of ourselves during these times. It’s so easy for us to put others first, but sometimes we need to put ourselves first.

This doesn’t mean that you should indulge yourself in whatever makes you feel good, but it means that you should do things that will help you feel better about yourself and your life.

For example, maybe you need some alone time or maybe you need to go out with friends. You don’t need anyone else’s permission or approval for what makes you happy, do what feels right for you.

Take It One Step At a Time

When life is hard, it can feel like you’re drowning. Everything is going wrong and you don’t know what to do next. The best way to survive these days is by taking it one step at a time.

If something bad happens in your life today, think about what needs to be done right now and then focus on that one task instead of everything else that needs to be done too.

Eat Healthy Food

Eating more fruits and vegetables reduces your risk of heart disease, stroke, and cancer. Eating more fiber helps you feel full for longer periods of time, which may help with weight loss. A diet high in fat and sugar can lead to type 2 diabetes, which affects about 29 million people in the United States.

Talk It Out

Communication is key to surviving hard days. When you’re having a bad day, talk about it with someone who cares about you, whether it’s a friend or family member, a therapist or even your doctor. Sharing your feelings with someone who understands can be extremely helpful in coping with stress and other difficult emotions.

Be Kind To Yourself

Don’t beat yourself up because something happened and it wasn’t what you wanted or expected. It’s okay not to be perfect all the time, but it’s also important to know that even if things don’t go as planned or as expected, there are still people who love you and care about you, even if they don’t show it very well. It’s also important not to compare yourself with others because everyone has their own issues and struggles in life; no one is perfect.

Get some exercise

Exercise releases endorphins which make us feel happier, healthier, and more energized overall. It also helps relieve stress so it’s a win-win situation. If you’re stressed out from work or school, take a break from it by going for a run or doing yoga, whatever works best for you.