I feel so heavy about family issues as a girl and studying hard for my career. I wanna succeed i try to do my best but still i think there’s more i dont understand. Relationship makes life complicated. Now idk whether i am wrong or the guys i get are selfish. I have a good personality, looks and everything is nice but somewhere around i feel like i am missing out something. I have turned from a fun person to a serious one. Maybe life has made things this way serious for me. Even if i wanna be that funny and whole loving person again i dont know how to…
Go easy on yourself and the right guy will understand you & support you so keep calm and enjoy your life and if you don’t mind then we can connect…
Can u share ur id then del it later
Bhavna P. @bhavna_pande
I sense that you’re carrying a heavy load with family issues and the complexities of relationships, which can be quite overwhelming. It’s okay to feel a bit lost, especially when navigating personal growth and career aspirations.
I want to reassure you that feeling like you’re missing something is a common part of the journey. Sometimes, life takes unexpected turns, and it’s alright to evolve from a fun-loving person to someone more serious. However, it’s important to remember that you have the power to rediscover that joyful side of yourself.
It sounds like there’s a struggle between who you were and who you want to be. While the journey towards healing takes time and is a step-by-step process, it’s crucial not to let the actions of others define your self-worth. You are a beautiful soul with so much to offer, and you deserve happiness.
Taking back control of your thoughts and life is empowering. If you find it challenging, seeking support through counseling can provide guidance tailored to your unique situation. As a Counseling Psychologist, I’m here to offer a safe space for you to explore these feelings and work towards the best version of yourself.
Feel free to reach out if you’re open to exploring this path. Remember, you deserve all the happiness.
Psychologist Bhavna Pande