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  1. These are all really great tips, Sherri. I think #4 is my favorite, because I know that it always works for me. No matter how far down I might feel, if I can get over myself long enough to do just one kind thing for someone else, it pulls me right up. I also like it because it encourages me to do one more thing, and one more, and it snowballs until I’ve done several good things, and I’ve made myself feel way better than before.
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  2. Really enjoyed this post, Sherri! Sadly, sometimes people do fall out of love with life and this is an important reminder that we can fall back in love with life. Just tweeted this so hopefully lots of people will benefit from this great reminder!

  3. Great post Sherri!

    There is only “one life” to live.
    So we all need to cherish and love it because life will love you even more with many amazing things in return.

    -Friendship
    -Creative art
    -Healthy living
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  4. Cool post. Yeah, been feeling kinda stuck in a rut lately. I agree with Vincent, friendship is also a good way to fall in love with life again. Spend time with friends. I also like #4. If you do some philantrophy work, you can see how lucky you are and you will inspired by some people who struggle through life. There’s another great article http://sn.im/vlw0g that I read that has also inspired me. I read it whenever I also feel down in the rut.

  5. Really good tips! #6 always works well for me. Being outside and amongst nature is relaxing and invigorating at the same time. Everything always feels much better after some fresh air.

  6. Isn’t it amazing that we do fall out of love with life so easily? Most likely because we are chasing rainbows, the next buck or our tail. Life is passing us by and we need to wake up and smell the roses – metaphorically and for real. No.s 1 and 2 say it all for me. We never live in the now. Goal setting and dream building for any day but today and looking back to better times or great memories. To fall in love with life again we need to love today, just today and all it has. The people in our life, the health we may have, enough food, heat and light, a roof over our heads, pastimes and hobbies, this glorious world and above all else something others would, do and have died for…. our freedom!
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  7. Really enjoyed this post, Sherri! Sadly, sometimes people do fall out of love with life and this is an important reminder that we can fall back in love with life. Just tweeted this so hopefully lots of people will benefit from this great reminder!

  8. Jimmy

    Hi Sherri,

    I am stuck, I feel like I am caving in. I don’t know why I can’t come out of it. May be, something in me doesn’t want to, it just want to enjoy the loneliness. I think this is a part of life too. But there is one thing I am sure of, even this will change, every thing will change. And that day I will again fall in love with my life.

    Thank you,
    Jimmy

  9. Good advice. The other day I knew I had to do something. I felt empty, drained, like I barely had any strength or will anymore.

    Went to a nature preserve for birds, protected by the DEC and local bird lovers. Upon walking through the woods hearing nothing, nothing except an occasional bird and a babbling stream, a load lifted from my shoulders. This load surprised me because I didn’t even know it was there. I also noticed that I kept sighing, letting out these deep breaths, ones I didn’t know I’d been holding in for way too long. The large body of water on the side of the woods combined with the mountainous background, ducks swimming, bugs buzzing, and the scent of nature “fixed” me, filled me back up. By the time I left I felt like I could face the world again. My perspectives were lined up once more. Mother Nature was a balm to life’s wounds, she put me back together and I was grateful.

    We need to help ourselves when our soul is “sick,” “empty,” or what-ever you want to call it. Often we know how. We just need to be a friend to ourselves as we are to others and it doesn’t need to be complicated.
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  10. Sydney

    For the last month I have been so depressed and physically numb and brain dead. My anxiety is also acting up. This post is awesome and really makes me feel like there’s hope. Thank you!

  11. Bob

    Spend two minutes right now and look out your window, across the street or up at the sky. Look at how things move slowly, purposefully and beautifully.

    I laughed while I looked out of my window because I sit in the basement atm. The only thing there is to see when looking there is a brick-wall with a steel grid on top of it. lol

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