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3 Steps to Dealing with Intense Darkness & Pain


This was an unplanned, impromptu episode of Believe where Nicholas Upchurch helps you to work with your own deep, inner-darkness. It exists worldwide, and here is how we can deal with those times we feel like the walls are caving in and no one is there to help us.

If you want to truly overcome obstacles in life, and truly achieve success, this is for you.

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  • Taliska

    It makes a change to see you sitting on a couch, not behind your desk!

    As you say it is easy to know or be told what you should do, but doing it is the hard part. Letting go of anger and pain can be very difficult, even more when they may be justified. Even Winston Churchill fought with depression. He called it his “black dog”, and if someone like that could struggle with it, then anyone can.

  • Bryson Leigh

    We all have days when no matter what we do, the hurt is there and it cannot be ignored. I like this video because it let’s us know you are human and have had those dark days too. It gives us a true sense of how you really do understand us.

  • Russell

    I struggled with that myself, feeling justified in my anger and hurt after I got divorced, but when I realized the transformational power of forgiveness, everything turned around for me. The depression and anxiety that I had developed went away as if someone had thrown a switch.

  • Kegan

    My daughter in-law dealt with so much pain and rejection during her childhood, that any normal person would have completely lost their mind. However, she has pushed through the pain and is one of the strongest people I know. I truly admire her.

  • AnaLeisa

    I am going through a very dark and difficult time myself now. My mother is struggling with dementia and it absolutely tears me apart to see this happen to her. I pray for miracles all the time. But, this is something that I cannot forgive anyone for because it just happens and there’s no one to blame.

  • Dean

    I’m sorry to hear about your mother’s illness. I think in your particular case it’s more a matter of finding acceptance, rather than forgiveness. You need to accept that some things we cannot change, and that all things happen for a reason – even though it might be hard for you to see it at this particular moment.

  • Junior

    Another good way of dealing with the “darkness” is to have something else, like an activity, in your life. Some people immerse themselves in their work……..it works for me.

  • Tina

    This is a very important topic that you have addressed here, and a lot of people are going to benefit from this article. I know a few people that I can forward this to and probably help them through a very difficult time.