Depletion is a Catalyst for Negativity

Depletion is a Catalyst for Negativity

The Powerful Paragraph

When I’ve had a particularly difficult or busy week at work and I’m feeling depleted, I notice that my brain tends to shift to a more negative focus. A small pile of laundry now feels like a mountain. When my dog does something mischievous (but not bad), I find it annoying instead of cute. And getting up to make dinner feels like a gargantuan task. This is when I know it’s time to spend some time doing something I love. Maybe I take a short nap or go for a long walk. Sometimes it means sitting with a good book or journaling all of my negativity onto a blank page. Depletion is a catalyst for negativity. Finding a way to charge your battery can help pull you out of your rut.

The Powerful Question to Ponder

What helps pull you out of a negative rut?

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