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Monday, January 21, 2019

Music Your Life Can Relate To

John Marine | January 21, 2019 | | | Be the first to comment!
Music sometimes is something you can relate to. From love to breakups to motivation, music can define our lives and put everyday emotions into song. Music isn't just music to people- they can provide life snapshots. Especially those who provide amazing and real music can define even the best and worst life moments into song. So can you relate to life with music? Absolutely!

This is a different kind of post in the realm of life issues and relating to life. I hope you enjoy it!






Music Your Life Can Relate To


If you listen to a lot of music, you know there are all kinds of songs about all kinds of things. Or at least, those that have lyrics to them. Any song that can offer any kind of connection to your life is a song you can certainly appreciate. Same applies to music that provides a snapshot of the world we live in at present. Sometimes if offered, music can provide advice to help people deal with any number of issues. Nasty as it sounds, even raunchy songs of things like aggressive sex or intense drug and alcohol usage are things in music we can relate to.


My Personal Music Connection.

There is one song I've loved and believed in its meaning. Here it is:


^ Stevie Wonder I Just Called To Say I Love You

This is "I Just Called to Say I Love You" by Stevie Wonder. I must say that I believe in this song for two reasons. One reason is because I don't believe in having any specific occasion or reason to express love or respect. Like, I don't believe in Mother's Day, Father's Day, or Valentine's Day. Why one day out of the year to share love for someone? The other reason why I love this song is because I sometimes often simply say hello to people on social media whom I haven't talked to in a while or anything. Most people assume I say hello because I have some awful secret to share or something. I really wish people stop thinking I'm trying to un-friend them because I say something like, "I am pleased to be your friend!"

Either way, this is a song I strongly relate to and is a reflection of one part of my personality.


Can You Relate to Music?

A lot of people have wrote songs based on actual experiences in their lives. Some others demonstrate extreme cases and wild stores. A lot of music can consist of moments you can actually relate to. Such songs can be great because you actually feel connected to music instead of just listening to something that sounds good. Some other songs just sound a certain way that offer a certain tone that can you can relate to in life.


What to Take Away From This Post.

Something you can learn is that it is very okay to be drawn to music and the messages provided in songs. That is why a lot of songs from the 1990s and such are so revered and loved. Most people will argue that music today mostly is... just music. Just going for money. No character or personality to the music. And usually, the ones who do sing from the heart and write songs from the heart aren't as received as lot or mainstream music types. So keep listening to and enjoying music!





I hope you found this blog post interesting. Here is a discussion question for you in case you want to make this post active and lively:

What song(s) can you relate to? How do those songs relate to moments in your life or someone else's?

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Friday, January 18, 2019

You Are Loved

John Marine | January 18, 2019 | | | | Be the first to comment!
I recently celebrated my birthday on January 15 of this year, and this gave me some time to reflect. While I am pleased to celebrate another year of existence, I am more pleased gaining so many birthday wishes from others across social media. A time like a birthday, an anniversary, or even death in family and/or friends can make you wonder if people really do care about you. A fallacy of social media is that you seem to not like people as much if they don't immediately respond to you in the event of anything mentioned here. Fact is, not everyone uses social media religiously. So if you fall into this situation, think otherwise.

Through Facebook, I received over 70 posts to my timeline on my birthday. I usually have averaged 50-70 posts when it was my birthday. I even got a handful of birthday wishes through Twitter and Instagram. People didn't have to wish me a happy birthday or care that I have a birthday, but they offered their birthday wishes to me out of the goodness of others' hearts. They realize something like a birthday is a joyous and happy occasion. It means you have lasted long enough and have enjoyed being able to live and make yourself worthy to others. I was so pleased people worldwide took time out of their day to wish me a happy birthday. They were not required to, but they did.

Then there was a time when I discussed being away from online in 2017 when I was hospitalized for surgery for an infection. I was pleasantly surprised at the outpouring of support from others. Even people who didn't normally see my posts or comment on Facebook were offering their support. I have meant something to people so much that my presence is significant. If I passed away, it would feel like a huge void and huge hole would be in our world in replacing me.

Usually, I am told not to share some of my best and worst time since the only person who cares about these things is myself. However, there is a reason why I post things about my life. The big reason is to release my problems instead of bottle them in. Also, I am hoping my issues and advice can help others who may be in a similar situation.


What to Take Away From This Post.

If you have made a difference in others' lives and if you have meant some sort of importance in others' lives, you will gain the love and respect from other people. People love you even if you don't love yourself. You may need to find new people to befriend you if you feel the ones you are with don't trust or love you enough. Also, you don't ask for people to get into your life, but you appreciate that the ones who are in your life offer you their love and support. People who are sincere and honest will be the ones who offer their loving adoration and support even if they don't know you personally. It is always nice to know people care about you and worry about you.

I create stories like these and provide insight like this to help people feel better about themselves and others. I feel if we do not like ourselves much or feel loved by others, we don't love ourselves much. This leads to lower self-esteem, self-destruction, and at the worst- suicide (or at least suicidal thoughts). So we need to remind ourselves and recognize there are good people in this world and that there are people who do care about us. Even those who care even one iota about you are people you can appreciate and admire. We need things in our lives to remind us that people do care and that life can be enjoyable. Having people who care is one way to prove that point.

Most of all... I am posting this to say that you don't ask for people to offer you their kindness. However, in light of certain situations, it is always nice to know people care, even if remotely. So be thankful for the ones who stick with you and love you. People come and go, but love never dies or fails.


Long story short...

You are loved, and people DO care.





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Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Couples Counseling With Therapists Online

John Marine | January 16, 2019 | | | Be the first to comment!
(UPDATED: January 21, 2019)

A couple with a damaged relationship can benefit from help from a therapist. If a couple can not afford to meet a therapist in person, though, there is the option of online couples counseling therapy. The help you need as a couple can be procured by getting with a therapist online, even if you can not access a therapist in a physical location. I am here to discuss online therapy for couples with this blog post. Stay with me here so I can offer you my advice and insight.


Before I Begin...

(1) I am no expert on relationship matters. So do not think I have experience in dealing with such matters.

(2) This blog post was created in partnership with BetterHelp as well as ReGain. To learn more about BetterHelp and the services they provide, please visit www.betterhelp.com. For more information about ReGain, visit regain.us.


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JAN 21 2019 - edited the rough draft that was initially posted; edited anchor text in Resources






Couples Counseling With Therapists Online


online couples counseling therapy
^ from: dr-jim.com - Therapy for couples can be had online and can be as effective as being with a proper therapist in a physical office.

To get the needed relationship help from a professional, you will need to travel to meet with that professional. There may be a chance you will not be able to pay for the expenses and such to go to a physical office to get needed help. So the next best thing in today's technologically-advanced world is to engage in online counseling. Why not? You probably use cyberspace to dabble in Internet memes or look up ridiculous videos of ridiculous behavior. If you have legitimate problems and really can use the assistance of a therapist, why not use cyberspace for something useful for a change?

In the case of couples who are having issues, it is just as beneficial to meet with a therapist through online sessions as it is to have various sessions with a real therapist in his/her office. It is great to know you can still get the same help and advice from a therapist even if you literally miles away or are unable to get the needed assistance from a physical therapist in a physical office. Even couples who need therapy can know online therapy can be just as helpful as regular therapy from a therapist in his/her office.


Making the Case for Online Couples Therapy.

As much as we use technology and electronics for all sorts of tasks, we can also use some of the same technology for more practical matters. Not being able to access a therapist nearby in a physical office means you can still get quality help from a therapist online. Just because you can not meet with a therapist in a physical location and in person doesn't mean you will not be able to get quality help from that therapist. You can also use online therapy to have sessions with a therapist without needing to go into that office. The convenience can be worthwhile and comfortable. You are also paying a considerable amount to get professional assistance regardless. And in the case of couples, you won't need to leave behind the comforts of home to get the assistance from a therapist that you need.


Final thoughts in regards to couples counseling online are coming up, so go to the next section.




Couples Counseling With Therapists Online


If you are in a relationship and need counseling, you can work with a therapist online in a few online sessions to get the therapy you need. Just because you can't get help from a therapist in a physical location doesn't mean you still can get the needed help and therapy from a therapist online. Sessions with a therapist online is just as effective as sessions with a therapist in his/her office. You are better off getting help with your relationship rather than try to patch up issues yourself. At least, it wouldn't hurt to consult a therapist online to aid you in repairing a damaged relationship.

I am going to be fairly honest here. As much as people today like using electronics and technology for Internet memes or all kinds of videos, why not the same technology to help trying to better our lives or even gain needed therapy for our issues? Why not use cyberspace for more practical matters? Set up something with a therapist online to help you with any sort of matters- let alone couples counseling. You are still getting the same quality help that a therapist can provide. The only difference is that you are not in that therapist's office getting the needed help. What do you have to lose in trying to repair a relationship by working with a therapist online? Use every available resource to you to get the help you need- even including online therapy!


Resources.

If your relationships is damaged or close to damaged beyond repair, and if you want to keep the relationship going; you can help yourself greatly by meeting with a therapist for couples counseling. Even online therapy can be just as effective as getting help. To help you get started, here is a resource I've provided for you in helping you with getting couples counseling therapy online from a therapist online:

online marriage counseling/online couples counseling


Special Thanks.

I want to thank ReGain and BetterHelp for reaching out to me and offering these topics for me to discuss. I've done all I can to try to express the subject matter the best way I can.





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Premarital Counseling and Therapy

John Marine | January 16, 2019 | | | Be the first to comment!
(UPDATED: January 21, 2019)

Before getting married, you may want some counseling. Yes- it is great for you to marry someone you truly love. However, are you prepared for all the costs and issues in getting married and in staying together? For most couples, they don't care about these things. Most couples just want to be together and be intimate with each other and grow old with each other. Just like anything, though, you have to weigh various factors to be together and stay together. I will try to shed light on the issue of premarital counseling with this blog post. Maybe this will help you or somebody else who may be involved in this matter.


Before I Begin...

(1) I am no expert on relationship matters. So do not think I have experience in dealing with such matters.

(2) This blog post was created in partnership with BetterHelp as well as ReGain. To learn more about BetterHelp and the services they provide, please visit www.betterhelp.com. For more information about ReGain, visit regain.us.


LATEST UPDATE(S)/REVISION(S)

JAN 21 2019 - edited anchor text in Resources






Premarital Counseling and Therapy


premarital counseling or pre-marital counseling
^ from: (YouTube) - Marriage involves more than just saying, "I Do." Premarital counseling can help ensure you are fully ready for marriage and life as a married couple.

Before tying the knot (or whatever expression means "getting married" to you), it is best you get some premarital counseling. Marriage, like parenthood, is a life-long process that shouldn't be taken lightly or should be lightly regarded. You may potentially be with your future significant other for the rest of your life. So you do not want to take something like marriage less serious than what it really is and what it really means.

Getting married means more than romantic involvement. You have to weigh in factors regarding other family members, financing being together, and things of that nature. Having a healthy love for one another is always a good thing. However, to avoid a messy marital future, you will need to plan ahead for all of the factors that may test your marital bond. Think of premarital counseling as like having a party planner for a party. In this analogy, having a party planner ensures you can put together the dream party that you want to throw by handling the visual details and the financial details. Premarital counseling helps ensure you will be properly prepared for marriage.

Additionally, premarital counseling can be helpful if you are engaged but having certain issues with your fiancé/fiancée. There is a possibility you may want to call off the marriage if you suspect your fiancé/fiancée is cheating or if your relationship may potentially be damaged beyond repair. You certainly can do no wrong if you meet with a therapist for premarital counseling and if you still want to marry your engaged partner.

There are plenty of reasons to consider premarital counseling. Marriage is too complex and deep to be taken so lightly and disregard all possible aspects of marriage. It helps to have a professional help prepare you for marriage rather than think you know everything and end up not having as happy a marriage as you can have.


Do You NEED Premarital Counseling?

Well... it wouldn't hurt. Getting premarital counseling is more like getting a briefing before engaging in some mission. Do you go into a battle or a war by not getting the specifics of any given situation? If you do not get a general idea of what you are getting yourself into, you are bound to fail, unless you somehow know everything beforehand. Make sure you are prepared for life as a married individual. In that case, you would be best served to have premarital counseling. At least give it a chance so you can make all or most of the primary concerns a bit easier to manage. Better safe than sorry.


Premarital Counseling Therapy.

Having premarital counseling will help you to make smart decisions and be better prepared for marriage. A healthy marriage involves more than just having a loving bond with someone. Think about all the different things that being married may involve. For example:

• Where will you live?
• Are you physically and financially able to have children?
• Who legally owns any number of things?

Having as much professional insight and advice in premarital matters can mean a lot to having a successful and healthy marriage. So make sure to take advantage of having premarital counseling for the best experience of marriage.


Get ready for some final thoughts of mine about premarital counseling.




Premarital Counseling and Therapy: Final Thoughts


Premarital counseling helps soon-to-be-married couples start strong and limits early troubles in young married relationships. You are not a failure because you don't know (or think you know) all there is to being married outside of having healthy love for one another. A therapist who helps in premarital counseling will help you either get ready in all aspects for being married, or a therapist can help save engaged partners who may be having a damaged relationship before getting married or may have a wedding be canceled. Having professional help prior to marriage (or if you go ahead with the marriage) can help make marriage wonderful. It has been a worthy investment for you to engage in marriage; why not also make an investment to ensure your marriage will be successful? Even if you think you are ready to be married and know all the nuances of getting and being married, it is recommended you check with a therapist for premarital counseling just to make sure you will have a happy and enjoyable marriage.


Resources.

As I mentioned in the previous paragraph, marriage is a great investment. So equally, why not make an investment to ensure a happy and productive marriage? It costs money to get with and set up appointments with therapists. While there is a significant price on meeting with a therapist, there are other great costs to consider. To make the best best decisions on choosing a therapist to meet with in regards to premarital counseling, I have prepared the following resource for you which explains all I have explained in this blog post and then some other issues:

premarital counseling

Congratulations if you are going to get married soon! Hopefully this post will help you towards good decisions and solutions for having a happy and healthy marriage.


Special Thanks.

I want to thank ReGain and BetterHelp for helping me to blog about this topic and offer more services to more individuals.





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Couples Counseling and Therapy

John Marine | January 16, 2019 | | | Be the first to comment!
(UPDATED: January 21, 2019)

Love shouldn't have to hurt. No matter how connected you are (or think you are) to your lover, problems will arise as well as anger. You may elect to settle matters on your own. If that fails, you may require counseling. You may stand a better chance of getting yourself the needed help by gaining therapy from a healthcare provider or professional rather than try to work out relationship matters on your own. If you fall into this situation, I can help you out!


Before I Begin...

(1) I am no expert on relationship matters. So do not think I have experience in dealing with such matters.

(2) This blog post was created in partnership with BetterHelp as well as ReGain. To learn more about BetterHelp and the services they provide, please visit www.betterhelp.com. For more information about ReGain, visit regain.us.


LATEST UPDATE(S)/REVISION(S)

JAN 21 2019 - edited anchor text in Resources






Couples Counseling and Therapy


couples counseling
^ from: www.sheknows.com - In relationships that are in trouble, couples counseling can help repair damaged relationships.

Love can be the sweetest and most pleasureful thing in our lives. However, it can also be the most damaging and easily misconstrued concept when love all goes wrong. All loving relationships ranging from casual love to marriage will suffer some sort of snag or snags. One can not just trust that everything will be okay in the end. You may need counseling to help save any relationship that may be on the rocks (and I'm not talking margaritas!). Everything from constant disagreements to serious matters (such as domestic violence) are fair game to discuss with a therapist.

It doesn't matter if you are starting out as a couple or if you have been together for a long time. It also doesn't matter if you are in a straight relationship or any kind of same-sex relationship. All relationships will have their rocky moments. When we need to find ways to defeat our relationship demons, either trying to work things out on our own or through the help of qualified professionals will help do the trick.


Why Consider Couples Counseling?

Face it- you can not repair everything yourself. Read all of the blog posts (including this one) and all of the online videos all you want- you are only going to go so far to get any needed advice. Couples who want to stay together can try to stay together by consulting a therapist.


Do You NEED Couples Counseling?

If you can sort out your issues together, then couples counseling is not needed. However, it is nice to know a professional can help you get over any sort of relationship issues you may be having. Saving a damaged relationship among couples likely wouldn't hurt any further should you seek the assistance of a professional to help you with your love life. It will not entirely hurt to pay some money to have a professional help you with your relationship issues. Just like almost anything in life, you take advantage of almost any resource available to you- even including seeking couples counseling.


Therapy for Couples.

Couples in damaged relationships will need therapy to try to heal and repair damage in their lives. As someone who watches a lot of daytime talk shows, it can take a considerable amount of time to mend troubled relationships. Working with a therapist in couples counseling will allow you find ways to make the recovery faster and easier to return to making your love life strong again. Or in the case of decent relationships, therapy can make love lives stronger than ever.


Now for some final thoughts on this matter.




Couples Counseling and Therapy: Final Thoughts


Love is never always perfect, and even the best of relationships will be tested. If a relationship is damaged or is heading towards potential doom, counseling can play a huge role in saving relationships- as long as couples are willing to stay together. Seeking couples counseling can go a long way towards salvaging torn relationships. It may take time and money to have to resort to couples counseling, but it is ultimately worth it if you want to repair any damaged relationship through the means of couples counseling. If you want to keep a relationship going or if you want to salvage an already damaged relationship, the best you can do is seek help from a therapist or a counselor. It is worth it to have some professional help to heal damaged relationships, even if you feel you can repair such relationships on your own without professional help.


Resources.

When seeking couples counseling, one such thing to consider is the cost of everything- both financially and emotionally. A lot is riding on the line relationship-wise when dealing with various relationship issues. Any couple that wants to stay together will need to consider the different costs involved to try to stay together and perhaps strengthen or salvage any damaged relationship. If financial matters concern you in regards to couples counseling, here is a resource that will help you in the financial aspect of couples counseling:

couples counseling

This resource should help in the financial aspects of couples counseling.


Special Thanks.

I would like to thank BetterHelp and ReGain for reaching out to me in helping me to create this blog post. I hope, like for all of my posts on "John's Life Space," that this helps all of you with your problems.





This will conclude my blog post about couples counseling. To those of you who may have troubled or potentially troubled relationships, I hope my advice and insight can help you towards rebuilding your loving bond. This blog is about helping people who may be facing certain issues and also in trying to provide positive insight to help look at life in a better light. I hope my efforts have paid off again. Be sure to follow my work in any capacity if you enjoy my work. Ways to connect can be found in the items and links below. Thank you for reading! Take care and be well.

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Friday, January 11, 2019

Life Advice From Bloggers

John Marine | January 11, 2019 | | | | | Be the first to comment!
As a blogger, I have seen many posts from fellow bloggers. This post focuses on some bloggers who offer life advice. It is a roundup of certain advice from bloggers. Not all featured personalities here blog about life. In fact, all or most are fashion bloggers. Most of all...

HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!

Now let's get to work...






Life Advice From Bloggers


To share with you a number of bloggers offering life advice, I decided to come up with this blog post. It is always great to gain life insight from others to help you on your way. So what I did was offer a variety of life issues and insight on helping you feel better if experiencing some of these situations. Here is where you can get life issue insight from people other than myself. Even including bloggers other than myself.

I invite you to Follow/Subscribe to the blogs in the next section if you enjoy their work.


Random Life Advice from Bloggers.

Consider this blog post more like random life advice from random bloggers I follow. Think of it like a buffet restaurant of life advice, and all are ready for you to digest and enjoy. The posts will feature a preview of what certain posts are about. A lot of these posts have some depressing and personal elements. However, I am featuring them because advice is offered to help others who may be in the same situation. If maybe you can use the advice, feel free to visit the posts that I mention here. Some bloggers may be featured more than once.


"The Gratitude in Loss" (Adventures Uncensored) « being thankful for the lives of others prior to their passing.

"Grief as a Phoenix" (Adventures Uncensored) « dealing with miscarriages.

"How to Stay Motivated When You Feel Like a Failure" (Sensible Stylista) « when down on your luck, the advice offered here is to help keep you on track.

"Delayed Gratification: Hartford Marathon 2017" (imperfect idealist) « facing doubt in her life, she finds courage and strength through running.

"New Year, New Beginnings" (Style Cassentials) « a blogger looks back on a previous year and looks ahead to a new one.

"Things I'm Struggling With and Random Thoughts" (Stylish Petite) « a hodge podge of various life issues the blogger faces.

"10 Things I Wish I Would Have Known Before Becoming a Mom" (Stylish Petite) « advice on what to experience when becoming a mother.

"How I Got Past my PAST" (Mumu and Macaroons) « insight on past life and love issues she faced and how she overcame them.

"how to get out of a FUNK" (Lonestar Southern) « experiencing some slow times in her life, she offers advice on how to get out of a funk. Includes a video.

"How I Cope With Anxiety and Stress" (Raindrops of Sapphire) « advice on dealing with anxiety and stress.

"30 Inspirational Quotes About Being Different" (Glam Fab Happy) « a collection of quotes regarding being different and unique.

"21 Inspirational Quotes About Self-Love" (Glam Fab Happy) « a collection of motivational quotes about self-love.

"Things to Remember When Everything Goes Wrong" (Chamber of Beauty) « advice for when everything seems to go wrong for you.

"Life After Loss Keeping My Family Together" () « dealing with the loss of her husband, this is one of her many posts of hers offering insight into her life. This one involving keeping her family together.

"Being the Best of Me || Develop New Habits to Create a Better Life" (Color and Grace) « the blogger provides examples of new habits to adopt to live a better life.


These are among a number of different advice offerings to help you out. And to be honest, I wanted to offer advice from other bloggers for a long time- even in my main "John's Blog Space" blog. But I decided here to focus entirely on advice for all of you from different bloggers. So I hope you enjoyed this post.





Life is tough. While I can't make lives better for others, I at least will try to contribute to the solution rather than add to the problem. Thank you for reading! Take care and be well.

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Sunday, December 30, 2018

Whatever Works

John Marine | December 30, 2018 | | | Be the first to comment!
I operate five blogs. I have produced music. I am an eBook author. I developed material that can be used for games. I have no traditional 9-to-5 job. I don't really consider myself to be outgoing, though I often consider some places as being great to want to one day visit. Though times are slow, I am fairly content making some kind of living. Could I do more? Of course. However, where I am at now is still better than letting my life pass me by and having no means to contribute to myself or society. Whatever works, is what I say. Even if certain career and hobby options don't result in making ourselves wholesome and financially stable, we do whatever we can work best with. At least something occupies our minds and keeps us from dying of laziness and any lack of motivation. Some people may not like some of our methods of trying to make ends meet and how we try to make ends meet, but they somehow work. I will use this time to discuss trying to make whatever we get our minds into work.


Before I Begin...

This blog post may contain some material that may not be suitable for all audiences. You are reading this blog post and its content at your own discretion.


ABOUT THE LABEL: "Financial Health"

Even though money is not essential to our survival, they do have some impacts that allow us to have as best a life as possible. So any topic with this label discusses money and its parallel to living. For proper economic discussion, you are better served reading proper economic material rather than this life issues blog.






Whatever Works...


I remember one time I came across a fashion blogger who started her blog as a means of relaxing the pain from suffering a miscarriage. There is a Twitch streamer I came across from a disabled young woman who produces jewelry and even offered tarot card readings. Not everyone has a *traditional* job. Not too many others have something they enjoy doing that benefits society in some sort of way. If a lot of us had proper jobs and the proper training to land such jobs, then it wouldn't be an issue of trying to do something we are entirely proud of.

Here are some talking points in regards to finding whatever works for you towards contributing to society and making a living...


Whatever Works: Against the Norm.

Graduate from High School (or at least get your GED if you drop out of grade school). Go to college/university and graduate from college/university. Get yourself a good-paying job that you will enjoy. Get married. Have children. There is nothing wrong with any of these things to help better your life. The thing is, everyone has different paths taken through life. So you are somehow not as liked if you do not follow the same sort of path most other people follow.

If you involve yourself in a hobby or profession you are not happy with, you end up not being as happy or as content with yourself. Not everyone may have the qualities to perform tasks like being a lawyer, repair vehicles, work in construction, or anything like that. Some people simply do what they feel they are most qualified in and feel they can best contribute to. Having such activities to take part in helps us to be more productive and wake up each day feeling ready to change the world in a positive way. Even if you have a non-traditional occupation that still results in making decent profit and revenue, at least you are happy with making some kind of living instead of letting life pass you by doing nothing (or very little). So you are basically performing whatever works for you and your lifestyle. You don't have to fill any traditional void set forth by society if you don't want to. You can simply make your own living and profit (personally and financially) from your work. It's all about whatever works. If you can not find anything that will work for you in making a living, you will eventually find something you are good at or enjoy doing that will ultimately lead to you making a decent living.


Whatever Works: Even Unwholesome or Legal Acts.

People will do whatever it takes to make ends meet- even including unwholesome activities. People gamble, sell drugs, have wild sex, pimp, prostitute, escort, perform stripping, engage in any aspect of the sex industry, steal from people, vandalize property, and more. People who grow up in or involve themselves in rough neighborhoods or seedy underworlds try to make their own living. Taking on these dangerous (and often illegal) acts can be enough to provide financial backing for some people.

There is a difference between not doing enough and simply being lazy. I get to be slow with blog posts and online content, but I am at least contributing to society with my work. Could I do a lot more? Sure. However, since my current line of work goes only so far, I don't get to reap as many benefits unless I somehow have an absolute surge that results in life-changing financial success. I still can manifest a modicum of success and happiness with my work. Simply being lazy means I do absolutely nothing for anybody for any kind of stability- even including not doing my online work producing. Even slow times and little profit are a product of performing a job or a hobby. It just means times are slow; it does not mean someone could probably benefit from doing something better. Slow times surely relates to my blog, as I used to get five-figure views a month. Now, I am mostly fortunate for whatever monthly view counts I get. I still never given up on my work because I still feel my presence and insight are still remotely important. I also still enjoy what I do despite slow times.


Whatever Works: My Own Insight.

I chose blogging and YouTube after I got my Associates in the Arts in 2008. I made this choice despite having concentration in Broadcasting and Journalism. When my dreams of Computer Animation as well as Graphic Design failed, I aspired to be a sports anchor or even a sports announcer. I later sort of changed my mindset when I remember how much my mother and my stepfather often question why certain news casts discuss certain topics or make too much a big deal about something. On top of that, I felt natural typing up stuff and even wanted to try making videos. So in November 2008, I started "JohnMarineTube," my YouTube channel. I had never made any kind of video of any kind online until I started playing around with Windows Movie Maker and my webcam. My Blogger/Blogspot profile says I joined in May 2007, but I never made a proper blog post with the service until January 2009 on "John's Blog Space." Even then, my blogging history goes back to the blog I maintained in my Myspace profile. Only that I did not decide to make my main blog about "anything and everything" until I decided to get more serious about blogging on Blogger/Blogspot. Anyone who may know my story knows that I actually admitted in my Myspace blog that I considered blogging for money.


Something I Realize...

Yes- I realize I am a stay-at-home person. Since I may seem like I am rotting rather than getting out the house constantly and doing things, that I somehow do not feel like a person actually making something of himself/herself. Or maybe I am seen as someone who isn't content on finding love or wanting to remain single. The mindset, though, is that I am somehow not doing enough to make a decent living or contribute much to society with my online content. If I could find something else I am good at or enjoy to try to contribute further while making my own living, I would take advantage of those opportunities to boost my appeal all the further.

There is a difference between not doing enough and simply being lazy. I get to be slow with blog posts and online content, but I am at least contributing to society with my work. Could I do a lot more? Sure. However, since my current line of work goes only so far, I don't get to reap as many benefits unless I somehow have an absolute surge that results in life-changing financial success. I still can manifest a modicum of success and happiness with my work. Simply being lazy means I do absolutely nothing for anybody for any kind of stability- even including not doing my online work producing. Even slow times and little profit are a product of performing a job or a hobby. It just means times are slow; it does not mean someone could probably benefit from doing something better. Slow times surely relates to my blog, as I used to get five-figure views a month. Now, I am mostly fortunate for whatever monthly view counts I get. I still never given up on my work because I still feel my presence and insight are still remotely important. I also still enjoy what I do despite slow times.

I am very aware there may be a time where I will have to face certain situations of things I have not done before- such as paying bills. Or even having a traditional job (including moments like possibly getting laid off or having to work longer at a place). As with anything in life, it is a constant work-in-progress. Few things can prepare you for the many curve balls life will try to pitch you. You probably were not formally trained to deal with pregnancy from a health standpoint and a financial standpoint if you are a parent (for example). Whenever I try to provide advice or help for certain issues, I am not a complete expert. I am not someone just randomly throwing out random advice, either. We are all just trying to make the most of what we have. What we do not know how to handle is something we either have to learn on the fly or try to learn what to do based on others' experiences.


Again- Whatever Works.

I could always get a traditional 9-to-5 job getting out of the house and doing something to support myself and my family. If I had more skill or did something I would actually enjoy, I would probably feel better about myself. Enjoyment of a hobby or job involves doing something you actually enjoy and find challenge in. I certainly have found challenge in the online content I produce. I do hate that I feel I am disappointing myself and others by not being more assertive and taking on something better, but this is all I have and what I feel happiest with. Why try to throw in something to ruin the flow or get you to do something you aren't happy with or feel content with? Everyone should be able to do whatever makes them feel happy and what can count towards making some sort of sustainable living.

Any of my blogging work or other works, I feel I am doing this for the betterment of my readers and visitors. I do not blog about things just to get my name across or to harm anyone or anything. I surely do not use "John's Life Space" to throw around certain life issues and have no real vision of trying to help anyone. I actually try to research certain topics so that I don't mention something foolish that ends up no real purpose but to flood the Internet with useless material.




Whatever Works: Final Thoughts


No matter what your favorite hobby or profession of choice, you are doing what you can because you are trying to do whatever works to try to make a decent living and contribute to society. Some of what we do to make ends meet may not be ethical or wholesome, but if it means being financially stable, we certainly will do whatever works even if it kills us. The most important thing to remember is doing something you feel happy doing and that you can contribute to. Things like being a musician or designing clothing (for example) are things that should bring you happiness if you enjoy what you do. Maintaining a living and making yourself a better person are the main goals to any such endeavor you take on. There will be those tough times and slow times, but you still try to find ways to work around them and make the most of what life throws at you. If you do not have something that works for you in maintaining yourself personally and financially, be sure to find whatever works best for you. That is even if you need to get more training for something or seek certain opportunities. You do not need to have any traditional job or even follow any traditional social norms as long as you find some of occupation that you can enjoy and profit from.

When it comes to making a living both in general and financially- whatever works. Whatever works towards keeping you happy and content. Whatever works towards maintaining a living financially and with others. Whatever works towards contributing to society rather than doing absolutely nothing and not making yourself a better person. No matter what it takes just remember two words from this blog post- WHATEVER WORKS.





I hope you can put the content in this blog post to good use. At least you know I put my effort and heart into this because the end game is to try to offer help, hope, and advice to those who may need it (or at least wouldn't mind it). That is what I try to do in my "John's Life Space" posts. I feel taking moments from life to educate others is key to try to make life better for others. If you appreciate my efforts across all of my blogs, make sure to Subscribe/Follow in some sort of capacity. By the way...

How do you feel about the "whatever works" approach to living life and being financially stable?

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Friday, December 28, 2018

"I Don't Know What to do Anymore"

John Marine | December 28, 2018 | | | | Be the first to comment!
Life is horrible when you don't know how to live life. These can stem from internal and external influences. Some people can be so depressed that they don't feel happy or satisfied whatever life decisions or lifestyles are chosen. Therefore, rather than try to find their way through life, they end up being stuck in neutral rather than trying to move forward. When you are stuck in neutral, you can not move. And when you can not move, life just passes you by. I am here to discuss the feeling where people do not know how to get through life or make any decisions to try to better his/her life.






"I Don't Know What to do Anymore"


don't know what to do anymore
^ from: (LoveThisPic) - Re-take control of your life when you feel you can't do anything anymore or know what to do with your life.

It is one of the most damaging feelings when you feel like you can't do anything anymore. This is a general feeling of constant disappointment and a lack of satisfaction with life and living. It can also be a feeling of total confusion. I will try to explain my points as best as I can.


Why Do You Feel Like You Can't Do Anything Anymore?

For one thing, people around you may look at you in ways opposite of how you really are. It is also possible you are seen as only being so good- not great or excellent. Any number of feelings can contribute to always being seen as being less than who or what you really are and what you can really provide to society. Alternatively, you may be living through depressing times to where it hurts to smile again or you can not get yourself to ever feel totally happy again.


Psychology of Not Being Able to do Anything Anymore.

Let me explain this as best as I can with a little personal insight. You have your own talents and qualities. You have a certain je ne sais quoi that gives you your own intrigue. You apply yourself as best as you can, sometimes even pushing yourself further than you normally would. But no matter how much you try, it is never good enough. The feeling is as if you will only matter so much to other people, which seems to defeat the purpose of engaging in such hard work in the first place. The basic feeling of a lack of accomplishment or only meaning so much to yourself and others leads to feeling like you can't do anything anymore.

There is a more extreme case of not being able to do anything anymore than in the previous paragraph. People with aggressive depression can have these feelings expressed in this blog post to where people can be broken down physically and mentally. Some people with hard-hitting depression may find themselves unable to want to leave their room; let alone leave their house. You simply can not tell someone to stop being weak or "man up" (at least among us males) when faced with a situation like this.

In any way, these are feelings of depression, dissatisfaction, and even confusion. Being stuck like this is no fun. Someone who may be in this situation may try to come up with anything to try to get some positive momentum going. These may even pertain to generally unhealthy and questionable lifestyle choices. Whatever works. The fact that one feels like he/she is only capable of so much in the eyes of others only adds to the the feeling of not knowing what to do anymore or how to live life.


Loss of Love or Feeling Disrespected.

One of the biggest feelings of not being able to do anything anymore pertains to damaged bonds with loved ones and peers. Since you feel no one seems to care about you anymore, your loss of trust and love makes you feel like you do not know who to trust anymore (even yourself). This feeling of emptiness and betrayal can further compound not being able to live life happily or have a proper sense of direction in life. When you have these feelings, it becomes tough to really trust anyone or feel loved in any respect.


Confusion.

I have defined not knowing what to do anymore as a kind of confusion. The confusion mostly stems from simply not being able to know what to really do to improve your life or impress others. Anything you try that is within your power just ends up making you stagnant. Since you do not know what to do to improve your life or impress others, you enter this state of confusion- and sometimes desperation.


Giving Up.

Most damaging of feeling unable to do anything anymore or live life anymore is in simply giving up. Some people give up in the form of not trusting certain individuals anymore. Some others give up in a more extreme form- injury or death. What you do NOT want is to feel like you are so lost in live that the only option you have is to injure or kill yourself or others. People who do not know what to do with their life will feel this way and may engage in something they may never return from.


Now that we have established the ground work for this issue, let us try to find ways to get over something like this.




"I don't Know What to do Anymore" - How to Help


Just like any problem, it takes time and understanding to recover. A plant is not going to magically grow to be a tree in a hot minute (or even a hot second). You are not going to heal a broken arm or broken leg in a few seconds. A child is not going to learn how to ride a bicycle naturally. Analogies aside, it takes patience and understanding to first get into help start positive progress. Afterwards, it helps to try to offer some guidance to help make times better for a hurt person. Confidence has to be instilled in someone before taking on any such activity. This is no quick-fix. Someone totally broken down and misguided has to be repaired in many different respects.

It can help to be more supportive of individuals instead of always seeing people as being worse than what they are actually capable of. Give people more chances and try to be more encouraging. Do not try to talk to people in damaging ways that make their inability/-ies worse.

How about if you are alone and do not know how to live life anymore? You will have to try to work yourself to being active and productive. Try to find ways to be happy. Work yourself towards being happier and healthier. It will help if you can find someone to reach out to for help in case you need to. However, if you are alone (or don't trust whomever who are around), this process can be a touch more difficult. So take advantage of whatever resources are available to you.

If you face consistent disappointment, it helps to try to be more hopeful rather than condemn everything in your path. Remember- you can be your own worst enemy! Have people be more understanding of you. People may think you are whiny, high-maintenance, dramatic, mistake-prone, or anything like that; you only hope people can be understandable of you. If there are aspects of yourself which you can change, change your habits as best as you can. Otherwise, have that "take-it-or-leave-it" mentality when dealing with other people. Have people accept you for who you are or let you go.


Final Thoughts.

No matter what, people do not deserve to be stuck in neutral or disregarded in ways opposite of who someone really is. Because of how we see certain individuals, though, we can bring people to the point where they do not know how to live their life, make certain decisions, or feel happy. It is one sad reality of life to realize that we can reach a point in our lives where we do not know how to live life. When we are lost, finding our way again takes a great amount of effort and skill. This is by no means an easy process. However, with love and confidence, we can go from not knowing what to do or think anymore... to taking control of our lives and making the most of what we have. Life does not have to be a dead end. Yet, the many people and influences make life feel like a dead end make us feel like we do not know what direction(s) to take or how to ever completely be content and satisfied. We need all the help we can get when it seems like we do not know how to live our lives.





You have reached the conclusion of this blog post. Hopefully this will be something that helps you or somebody else. I am open to life issue topic ideas here on "John's Life Space." So if there is something you think I should try to help you out with, feel free to contact me. I seriously want this blog of mine to be helpful for you and others. At least this blog is something different and actually useful than the garden variety of Internet memes and online hate sites. Thank you for reading! Take care and be well.

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Thursday, December 20, 2018

How Important is Mental Health to You?

John Marine | December 20, 2018 | | | Be the first to comment!
#MentalHealth can a serious issue, but how much should you care about it? It depends on who you ask. Mental health usually comes into question when someone commits suicide or engages in various crimes. Some suffer from CTE (Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy), including athletes. People who have their own mental health issues can adversely affect their own well-being across a number of different issues. Some may not be able to live the best, happiest life they can live. Mental health means a lot to a lot of people; but how do YOU feel about the importance of mental health? I will offer some thoughts of mine here in this post on "John's Life Space." Maybe this will spur your interest.






How Important is Mental Health to You?


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^ from: www.warringtonparentsandcarers.org (best I could find) - How important do you think mental health awareness is? This post offers my own thoughts in regards to mental health and its importance.

How important is mental health to you? How important should mental health be? I will offer some talking points to describe my position on this issue. Please take a look...


Inspirations Behind This Discussion.

I thought about individuals who have certain personal issues that prevent them from living happily and freely. I began thinking about popular ones who committed suicide. Besides celebrities, a meteorologist from FOX 2 in Detroit named Jessica Starr committed suicide recently after complications from recovering from LASIK surgery.

How about other celebrities who have committed suicide? There's Verne Troyer ("Mini Me" from the Austin Powers series) who battled alcohol addiction. You have Dave Mirra- one of the best in action sports with his BMX expertise, who took his own life, once mentioning how he's been overwhelmed with a complete lack of competitive fire. D. Mirra also suffered from CTE. Let us not forget Kate Spade- a well-renowned fashion designer who was so successful and built up quite a reputation... until she committed suicide. How can someone so successful take his/her own life? Could there be things outside of one's success in a certain arena not equal happiness?

No matter how you look at it, the people we know and love may be people we don't entirely know. People have their own mental health issues- whether it is depression or any sort of mental illnesses. We may be perfectly fine but still have our own personal issues that bring us down mentally. Regardless, even someone who may not have deep mental issues can still vastly suffer in the realm of mental health.


So Why Don't We Discuss Mental Health?

In a lot of mainstream discussions, people like to say something like, "the first rule of (something) is that we do not discuss (something)." So even if it is on your mind, most people generally want nothing to do with mentioning something. Wanting to discuss mental health is a big topic because it can play a role in how we act and take care of ourselves. If we become depressed or make lifestyle choices that hurt us (such as not exercising), our own mental well-being could be to blame. Things like this surely need to be discussed with others to aid in helping us feel better.

The reason why we do not discuss mental health with others is the same reason why a lot of us don't like discussing our own problems- fear of either being rejected, misunderstood, or not being able to find needed help right away. People even feel that discussing problems with others only makes them weak. Almost as if to say one should never have any kind of personal problems or demons. As we all know, though, that is not true. Someone completely happy and content may be hiding some of their own personal issues; and if they try to talk about those issues with some other people, it only makes them weak inside. People are not invincible. You think you're the best driver in the world... until you get into a car crash. You are a male who has sex with multiple female partners... then you end up with a sexually transmitted disease (STD) or have females accuse you of fathering their children. We can pretend to be the strongest people to ever live, but deep inside, we know there will be certain demons who will win over us. And as the motto of "John's Life Space" suggests...

Life happens.


Mental Health and Clinical Depression.

Some people don't feel personally happy often times. I surely have had these feelings before. I considered myself as a person whom has had episodes of depression and having to battle my own demons and thoughts on a regular basis. Thankfully, my own bouts with depression haven't reached levels to where some other people have had depression. Imagine being so depressed that it not only affects your mental aspect, but also your own physical breakdowns and not even wanting to leave your own room, let alone leave your own house.

When I had problems in my college days, I looked to friends and counselors rather than members of my family because I felt I would be better served being around people who I felt understood me more and that I could feel better with. This led to me being more self-reliant than wanting to be with other people.


What NOT to Do or Say.

Someone who may be suffering from actual mental health issues shouldn't be told to straighten up right away. To some people, turning around someone's mental health issues is not the flip of a switch. It is like telling a depressed person to stop being so sad. A depressed person could be suffering from feeling down and disrespected all the time. What good do you think you are doing by trying to get someone to try to be happy and "normal?" Sometimes, talking down on someone who is already down could possibly make one's mental health issues worse. You may even be hurting someone further you may not realize could already be hurt. One thing I like to say: "you can not solve one's problems by adding to it." People suffering mentally need all the help they can get and all the attention they can get in trying to feel better as a whole.


Mental Health is No Joke.

There are people who may casually make mention to things regarding mental health. For example, as a YouTube user, I have gotten comments constantly about how I look and sound retarded. I can assure you that 99% of those who think that way have no idea about my actual mental condition. Some people just assume that I am mentally retarded just because I don't look or sound like any "normal" person. I even heard the expression "full retard mode." Look- if you don't know a person's actual mental state, do not discuss or criticize someone for those reasons. People do and say certain things that seem left of what a normal person may think or believe, but there is a difference between someone who acts irrationally and someone who actually suffers from actual mental health issues.

The same can be said about people who joke about having autistic moments or anything like that. I was not formally diagnosed with autism (that I know of), but I am told I am autistic. So I sometimes feel a bit irked when someone jokingly discusses autism. I am very certain a lot of people mean no harm in actually discussing something like autism or any other mental health issue. Some may even jokingly discuss someone having post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). My only suggestion- be careful what you say and be mindful of others.

Now let me share with you some final thoughts before I close out this blog post.




How Much of a Deal is Mental Health to You? Final Thoughts


I hate bring up such depressing material and discussing depressing things, but we need exposure to these things because (for lack of a better expression) life happens. Mental health is a serious matter. There has to be a delicate balance in trying to work with someone to help him/her feel better mentally. We simply can not help those hurting mentally by complicating matters or not knowing how we can actually help people or by saving them from doing something he/she will regret for a long time to come (like inflicting violence to others or oneself).

I look at it like this in cyberspace. We all are ready to post Internet memes or make fun of people for our own enjoyment based on certain things we find comical. Yet, when given the opportunity to try to help someone potentially in need, we do hardly anything to help. We are usually the ones who will try to offer almost anything to help people find love or enhance one's sexual health. Yet, when it comes to mental health or bullying or whatever, there aren't as many resources or not as much help to offer. Our society is mostly a hot mess of fail with inconsistent priorities. A person dealing with certain mental health issues is as vulnerable as anyone else with any kind of health ailments. As such, we need to do a lot more to try to bring mental health to light while also doing what we can to help people feel better. Solving such issues can take anywhere from a few seconds to basically a lifetime. Whatever the case, mental health is nothing to be ignored or taken lightly. Essentially, as someone who can help others, you could basically hold someone else's well-being in your own hands. So what are you going to do with someone who may be in mental crisis?

I basically think mental health is serious and real. A lot can be done to try to help out others. Even the lightest of mental health issues should be taken with some degree of seriousness. Mental health can be a very serious and very real deal.





The majority of this post and its subject matter is completed. Care to discuss? Here is my question to you:

How importantly do you take mental health issues?

Even though this post may seem like I did it with the help of BetterHelp, I did all of this post on my own from thinking about this issue to discussing it professionally. Though if someone from BetterHelp is reading this, I hope you enjoyed this post I made. I hope you enjoyed this post anyways. All I do with "John's Life Space" is discuss life issues in my own way and offer advice where need be. Having said all of this, I must leave you in hopes I have enlightened and inspired you. Thank you for reading! Take care and be well.

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