“All you need to know is how to be you.” That comes from Cohen, author of ‘Enough Already’.
“How do you overcome hardaholicism? Begin by questioning your belief that what you find hard has to be hard. Ask yourself, “How much of this is hard because of the situation, and how much of it is hard because I am seeing it as hard or I am making it hard?” You might be surprised to find that struggle is the offspring of perception and projection more than reality. Then ask yourself, “If I were willing to let this be easy, how would I be approaching this differently?”
You got something at hand you are perceiving as ‘hard’?
Imagine it was easier.
What would you do differently?