Do you carry guilt as a result of your repeated failures?

Do you carry guilt as a result of your repeated failures?

Living life carrying guilt is not the quality of progressive people. Granted that you may be hit hard with these feelings naturally at random times, but whether you continue to carry it or let it go depends on you.

Developing Guilt
The CA students who find themselves failing in their CA exams repeatedly, they begin to develop guilt for their lack of progress in the CA course.

They begin to feel high emotions for the support they received from their family and other people while opting for the CA course and they think about their lack of progress in it and as a result, they begin to feel bad for having failed these people who supported them morally and financially.

If this has been your case, then you need to know how carrying this guilt is affecting you and your progress.

The people in our life no doubt play important role in our progress in life. You cannot go ahead in life all on your own. From time to time, you need support of the people helpful to you. They may be your family, friends, relatives or anybody else.

Reasons for Repeated Failures
But when it comes to your repeated failures in the CA course, there can be many reasons behind it. It may be because of the negligence on your part or it could also be the case that you did the best you could do but you still failed in it. Often times there are a lot of factors that lead to the repeated failures in CA and these factors are not always easily identifiable. You need some help in getting to know what really led to your repeated failures in CA, how you can make things right by taking corrective steps, move on and move forward in your life.

But no matter what led to your repeated failures, if you want to make things right and move ahead in your life, carrying guilt for your repeated failures in CA, for having failed and disappointed the people who once supported you, or for having been negligent, these are not the things that will help you to move forward. It will only add weight to the emotions in you and keep you held back in your CA course.

Living life carrying guilt is not the quality of progressive people. Granted that you may be hit hard with these feelings naturally at random times, but whether you continue to carry it or let it go depends on you.

Overcoming Guilt
So, what to do about such guilt?

One: If you feel that your repeated failure in CA is because you had been negligent in the past, do not be hard upon yourself. Accept that you made the mistake, that your mistakes had negative consequences on your life and that if you had another chance, you would not make the same mistake again. In other words, forgive yourself.

Two: It can also be the case that throughout your CA course you did your best, but you still failed in CA repeatedly. Or at least you honestly tried to give your best but for the reasons probably out of your control you couldn’t give your best. Do not feel sad for it.

Yes you had the best intentions and yes you wanted to give your best and yes it hurts to see yourself failing in CA repeatedly whereas others who started out with you gone far ahead. But the point here is that your challenges are unique to your life. If the same challenges were to face by the ones who went ahead, they would also have stayed held back in the CA course.

What you need to do is learn lessons from your challenges, the lessons that will help you to rebuild your future. The people who face the tough challenges in their lives are the ones who eventually come out of it having become much better persons in almost all the important life aspects.

Please share your views with me in the comment section below. And if you think this article could be of help to the people in your CA-circle, please share this article with them.

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