I believe even if we fail occasionally, it doesn’t mean we would fail lifelong.
No one know what events will take place tomorrow. Therefore, stay positively today and hoping for brighter future tomorrow.
I like my adversities, because they have made me more compassionate and understanding of struggles for other people. Actually, I have gotten so used to adversity in my life that during the weird one year period with no major struggles I almost lost it. My sister said she felt the same way.
When you have an intensely tragic backstory, people give you lots of attention for still fighting on. But after a few years, you’re still fighting, but the attention fades away. People just get too used to your story. In a way, mental illness was the best thing to happen to me. Now I always have something I have to fight to overcome.
Seeking help. Helping myself. Enjoying myself when the opportunity arises. Being patient. People tell me I’m kind, (thanks @darksith), people tell I’m nice. I’m trying to stay that way but it’s a running battle with other people who either on purpose or unconsciously try my patience.