How to overcome chronic fatigue syndrome? Part 1

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome affects more and more people nowadays. Althought is a program hard to erase, there still are solutions you can apply today.

Before we dive in, I want to ask you a quick question:

Have you ever been fatigued with partying until 4 in the morning, playing your favorite instrument, or making love to your life partner? I’m sure not. The reason is that we do not get fatigued when we do what we like.

We only get tired when we do something we are forced to do. A compromise is a good example here. We make compromises almost daily when we wake up in the morning and go to a job we hate or when we do something we have been told and do not feel like doing. We feel it inside us and yet we do it because we have a very well-cultivated sense of duty.

When we make a compromise we feel like hell and over time our self-esteem starts to drop and serious problems appear, such as depression, anxiety, anxiety, and so on. But this is just the beginning of something much more serious, such as chronic fatigue or simply very bad self-esteem.

When we compromise, we lose a small part of our soul, or a small part of our vital energy if you want to call it that. As compromises accumulate and become commonplace, the glass begins to fill. And what happens then? I think you know. Yes, it drops on the outside. This means that symptoms such as depression, anxiety, anxiety, and so on begin to appear. Then you will start to feel completely devitalized and this is how chronic fatigue sets in. You resign from your job if you have the courage and start looking for help. You will most likely go to a psychologist, psychiatrist, neurologist, shaman, bio-therapist, and so on.

If you are lucky and come across the right people you will be able to find the solution to your problem. But anyway this will take a long time and well because the problem is at the root of your mind. You have to work there for the first time. And this problem is called low self-esteem. And when you discover this, you will wonder how you come to raise your self-esteem or love yourself. Well, I wrote a whole article about it here:

However, this is not enough, it helps you to grow, to heal, but there is still a lot of work to be done. Chronic fatigue syndrome is not something that can be easily cured. The compromise that filled your glass creates an emotional trauma that is firmly anchored in your subconscious, even if you think you have passed that moment.

Emotional trauma blocks you mentally and physically at that age when you suffered that trauma. It takes a lot of therapy to cure that trauma, but there is a variant that is at your fingertips and it is recommended to use it. This is called “assuming the present”, meaning becoming 100% responsible for your life and maturing at the age you are. That is, to cross the mental barrier of age when you have suffered the emotional trauma. Maturing and bringing your mind back to the present is a process that, although difficult, it may be your only escape from chronic fatigue. It is the reactivation of your reasoning and the exit from the sphere of the emotional pain that has blocked you for so long.

The last thing you need to do is live in acceptance and stop resisting your negative emotions. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t mean to let you down and be trapped by being manipulated by other people or not acting. It is simply an attitude of responsibility and living in detachment.

That`s it for the first part of the article, I hope you enjoyed it and it helped you. If you have any questions, you can leave them in the comments section, and we will try to answer them as soon as possible. 

Have a clear day!

Robert S.

Read part 2 of the article here:

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