13. Remind Your Old Memories, that Make You Feel Good. - Deepstash
13. Remind Your Old Memories, that Make You Feel Good.

13. Remind Your Old Memories, that Make You Feel Good.

Try to remind the old positive and happy memories, that you want to live again.

  • Go back to the past events and memorize the proudest things you have done there.
  • Or else you can look through your old childhood pictures to rewind your past memories.

Doing things like that, you will be free from current low moments and feel good inside for what you have done so far.

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