Dealing with the down times

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We all get down sometimes. It’s part of being human. It also comes with Imvu to some degree because what goes up usually comes down and it does hurt. The person that seemed perfect one day may hurt or upset you another tome or just not have time for you any more.

It happens to everyone. You can’t control that but you can control how you respond. First of all don’t quit IMVU and don’t do anything out of anger. You may have to walk away from a friend or even a whole group of your friends. If you’re doing it to start fresh go ahead. But if you’re doing it out of anger to hurt them or get even don’t. Unfriending people often only makes things worse. Also remember that when one door closes two more usually open in IMVU.

Don’t dwell on or talk about it too much. It often only hurts you to keep talking about it too much. Don’t delete your rooms. Don’t try to get even. Don’t even stay on imvu too much.

sharing and caring for special imvu friendsDo try to meet new people. Do hang out with unrelated friends. Join a new Group. Get more sleep. Go to the gym. Spend more time with family or friends in real life. And most of all hug a lot and try not to beat yourself up.

How hard you make it on yourself is is up to you. That doesn’t mean it doesn’t hurt. But you can control to some degree how much you let it affect you. Change is constant in here and it can be lightening fast sometimes. Oh and no matter how bad anything seems its not worth carrying around with you. So don’t bottle it up and keep dwelling on it.

3 responses

  1. quidlyn

    wow, those are all super useful tips.. especially the gym. getting the heart pumping and endorphins going works super well always..

    “Do try to meet new people. Do hang out with unrelated friends. Join a new Group. Get more sleep. Go to the gym. Spend more time with family or friends in real life.”

    but sleep often clears the end, and yes, it is great to change it up, talk to other people, spend time outside, sometimes it all helps put things in perspective.

    August 28, 2012 at 5:52 pm

  2. Sleep, what a novel concept…. LOL

    August 28, 2012 at 10:11 pm

  3. Pingback: Your worst downtimes are just turning points | Kaitlyn's IMVU Tips

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