Everyone has their moment, from forgetting the word door when you want to tell your friend to walk into a glass door.

I hope this latest collection will allow you to look at your failures with a little less embarrassment. It gives you an opportunity to distract yourself and forget about it.

 




1. I thought I’d share.

 

2. So Silly.

 

Psychotherapist Amy Morin, LCSW, who is the Editor-in-Chief of Verywell Mind and the writer of the smash-hit book 13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do, accepts that disappointment is something we as a whole persevere and it’s critical to realize that there are things we can improve about it.

The first thing to do is embrace your emotions. Failure is accompanied by a variety of emotions, including embarrassment, anxiety, anger, sadness, and shame, just to name a few. According to research, allowing yourself to feel bad is actually motivating, and many people will do anything they can to escape the uncomfortable feelings they cause.

 

3. Part Of The Control Group.

 

4. Seems controversial.

 

5. Next Level silly.

 

We should try to recognize our attempts to reduce pain. “You might be tempted to say, ‘I didn’t actually want that job anyway,’ but minimizing your pain won’t make it go away,” Morin said.

“Distracting yourself or filling the void you feel with food, drugs, or alcohol won’t heal your pain either. Those things will only provide you with some temporary relief.”

 

6. Wooosh.

 

7. Bit Of A Difference.

 

8. How Is This Possible?

 

9. Not A True Catholic.

 

We can start focusing on healthy skills after that. “Calling a friend, practicing deep breathing, taking a bubble bath, going for a walk, or playing with your pet are just a few examples of healthy ways to deal with your pain,” the psychotherapist explained.

“Not every coping skill works for everyone, however, so it’s important to find what does for you.”

 

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A review published in the Clinical Psychology Review found that people who were more positive in their attitude were more resilient to the emotional distress caused by failure.

They saw failure as a result of something specific and external.

 

14. What?

 

15. Unpopular Opinion: We Should Make Crime Illegal.

 

16. I was at my kid’s school for a costume parade. The best way possible is not understood by one dad.

 

17. I can’t stop laughing. I don’t have anything to say.

 

“When you find yourself thinking that you’re a hopeless cause or that there’s no use in trying again, reframe your thoughts,” Morin suggested.

“Remind yourself of more realistic thoughts about failure such as a) failure is a sign that I’m challenging myself to do something difficult; b) I can handle failure; c) I can learn from my failures.”

 

18. We All Make Mistakes.

 

19. Incredible.

 

20. Gotta side with Seidel on this one.

 

21. Concerned Citizen.

 

If you want to ward off negative thoughts or reinforce to yourself that you can bounce back, you will probably need to repeat a phrase more than once.

 

22. Common Name.

 

23. Masks Will Help Out The Listerine Sales.

 

24. I Still Cringe.

 

25. It’s important to be prepared to deal with any threat.

 

It can feel scary if you’ve spent most of your life avoiding failure. Quality of life can be improved by facing your fears.

Over time, you’ll learn that messing up isn’t as bad as you thought if you practice stepping outside your comfort zone.

 

26. Oh Well…

 

27. Important Question.

 

28. UK Parliament.

 

29. Anyone in government could be Clueless.

 

30. The Wrong People Have Money.