Setbacks are inevitable. I find the bigger the problem, the more likely I am to have one. I suppose that’s inevitable. Once I get beyond the setback, I spend less time being concerned about it.
It’s important to have composure, because without composure it’s easy for panic to set in. Once we have composure, dealing with setbacks will always seem easier. There are no right or wrong ways to deal with them, it’s what works for us, but we must try not to be critical of ourselves.
It’s always easy to look back and question ourselves on what we should have done differently, but we must be okay with whatever outcome. Setbacks take time to work through. But nothing ever stays the same, problems will always reach a conclusion one way or another.
Talking about my setbacks work for me. I tend to feel worse when I don’t say anything, but appreciate others will cope differently. I have seen how rifts come between people, as they become less united as a consequence.
Perhaps we must try to recognise our progress. However little progress we think we’ve made, we’ve probably made more than we think. We should always see our progress as a contributing factor for a more positive outcome and the start of something new.