Feeling apathy for life?

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Apathy is when we stop getting involved in life. It can be resolved by thinking about what kind of legacy you want to have and learning how to wake up and get involved.

Feeling Apathy for Life?

One of the consequences of modern life is that some men feel disconnected. Gone are the days of hunting to feed our tribe, making things with our hands, or discovering new lands. Instead of meaningful pursuits, we waste time living up to societal expectations while taking care of mundane responsibilities and lose our motivation.

We lose our drive to the point where we can’t imagine there’s much more to life than numbing ourselves with TV, video games, mind-altering substances, or the black-hole of the internet. Here’s the thing. Most of us won’t be tapped on the shoulder and told that we’re the chosen one. Instead, we have to find the drive within ourselves. The strength to follow our dreams comes from within.

Humans are awesome, but there are a lot of obstacles in our way.

We need to stop assuming we’re lazy, selfish or stupid and know that we’re active, caring and smart. We need to stop waiting for someone to tell us what to do and take the initiative to do it ourselves. Work with us to figure out what your obstacles are and then get engaged in life.

Symptoms of Feeling Apathy

Everyone experiences occasional apathy, but left untreated, it can become more serious, and your level of function will suffer. To be diagnosed with apathy, you must meet four criteria for four weeks or more, including: a lack of motivation, exhibit disinterest through behaviour or thinking, your quality of life has decreased, and there are no other underlying conditions that have caused the change.

01 Physical

  • Low energy levels levels
  • Listless, fatigued
  • Numbness
  • Restless

02 Emotional & Behavioural

  • Reduced productivity
  • Fear of failure & rejection
  • Feel no emotions
  • Lack of passion or motivation
  • Unable to complete daily tasks
  • Spend excessive time alone

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Why Am I Feeling Apathetic?

Apathetic people say they feel indifferent and don’t care about anything, but the problem is they usually care too much. To help you avoid feeling apathy for life or apathy for relationships, we’ll first investigate its root cause, which might be due to you using it as a self-defence mechanism to avoid getting hurt when reality doesn’t meet your expectations. It could also be due to substance abuse, an underlying medical issue or depression. Then we’ll use counselling and coaching to move you forward with a set of tools that you can take away and implement in the real world to get you excited about life again.

Left untreated, apathy can lead to other issues like depression.

30.6 %

30.6 percent of men have suffered from a period of depression in their lifetime.

- American Psychological Association

11 yrs

It takes up to 11 years from the onset of a mental health symptom to seek treatment.

- Health Services Research

80-90 %

80 to 90 percent of people who seek help for depression are treated successfully.

- TADS Study

80 %

80 percent of people report that counselling improved their life.

- American Psychological Association

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Clearer sense of aiming to make progress. I like that there’s work to do between sessions.

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I have a more clear understanding of my issues right now. The counselors also provide tools more so to deal with my issues more effectively.

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