“Why are you downcast, my soul? Hope in the Lord.”

My dear soul, Why are you worried? This is not the time to be cast down. I see you as an overcome. Why consider their point of view? It’s significant. Instead, hold fast to your faith. Why ignore all your achievements? You have come so far! Why not make a list of them? Keep focusing … Read more

Surviving the Unthinkable: My Advice on Fighting Suicidal Thoughts

Surviving the storm by Titus vargis




Life, in its intricacy, presents us with a multitude of experiences—some bitter, some sweet, and many that linger somewhere in-between.

In moments of profound despair or overwhelming challenges, the idea of just letting go and succumbing to the darkness might fleetingly cross our minds.

My experience with suicidal thoughts

Yet, here I am, choosing to embrace the light, the pain, the fear, and every hue of life in between. Let’s delve into the whys and wherefores.


Embracing Life Over Fear and Pain

Life hasn’t always been kind. Like many, I’ve faced my share of moments when everything seemed insurmountable.

But choosing life over the temptation of giving up has been my silent rebellion against the odds.

Life Purpose

I believe we’re all here for a reason. For me, realizing that I have unfulfilled purposes acts as a beacon in my darkest hours.’s not just about big achievements but about small, everyday victories and the joy brought.


A Legacy for My Children

My children are my heart walking outside my body.

The thought of leaving them prematurely, of not being there to see them grow, learn, and face life’s myriad challenges and joys, weighs heavily on me.

They are a significant part of why I choose to weather life’s storms.

Beyond Self

It’s easy to become ensnared in our web of miseries, to dwell on what ails us. Yet, life isn’t just about me.

It extends to the people I love and care about—their needs, their hopes, and their well-being. Shifting the focus from myself to them often sheds light on the bigger picture.

The Privilege of Life

Choosing to live, especially in the thick of turmoil, is no small feat. It is a declaration that despite life’s lows, its highs are worth striving for.

Life Is a Fortune

Waking up each day is a privilege denied to many. This realization pushes me to see beyond my current suffering, to value life’s gift, and make the most out of it, no matter the obstacles.


Lessons from the Past

Reflecting on my journey, I recognize the strength I’ve garnered from overcoming past adversities.

Giving up now would disregard the resilience I’ve built up. It would mean letting a few challenging experiences overshadow numerous good ones.


The Courage to Face Challenges

Life demands courage and tenacity. It’s about standing up after every fall, ready to face the world anew.

My resolve to live is also a commitment to not succumb to fear, to not let challenges define my existence.

Family Ties

The family is an anchor during stormy times. Their unconditional love and support stand as pillars, compelling me to forge ahead.

Obligation to My Parents

Watching my parents age has reinforced my resolve to live fully. They’ve sacrificed much for my well-being; now, as they tread into their twilight years, my presence, love, and support are ways to repay their boundless love.


Creating Memories

Life is fleeting, and each moment is a memory in the making.

Choosing to live is choosing to create memories—joyous ones that define and enrich the tapestry of our shared existence.



Choosing life, in essence, is a testament to the undying hope that whispers softly, urging us to give life another chance, to see beyond the pain and the fears, and to treasure the myriad moments that make life worth embracing.

It is a conscious decision to acknowledge life’s shadows but to revel in its light, to seek purpose, to cherish loved ones, and to embrace the privilege of existence wholeheartedly.

Let’s choose to live, not just exist. Because every breath is a story waiting to be told, and I’ve got chapters yet unwritten.

© Titus vargis

I Was Down and Out Until I Heard This Life-Changing Advice!

Don’t give up Now.



As a highly sensitive person, I get easily hurt. My spouse, on the other hand, expresses herself candidly without filters, leading to disappointment and frustration.

At times, her use of harsh words causes me pain. A recent blog post has significantly altered my outlook on life.

The key takeaway: don’t rely on others for encouragement; empower yourself.

This shift in perspective has transformed the way I think. Instead of waiting for my spouse to seek forgiveness, I now understand that self-encouragement is crucial.



It’s essential to take ownership of our emotions and actions, recognizing that everyone is facing their battles.

A transformative step is liberating oneself from the expectation of external salvation.

I implement positive affirmations through wall stickers, acknowledging the effort required for personal growth and well-being.

I urge readers not to give up prematurely and to consider revisiting old hobbies and incorporating activities like playing with pets, engaging with children in games, and participating in soul-enriching endeavors.



Reading, shopping, spending time with friends, and prayer are meaningful practices that should not be underestimated.

By persisting through stress and disappointment, one can progress in life and relationships.

The onus lies on oneself to seek encouragement, as it is intrinsic to personal development.



By embracing this responsibility, individuals can move forward and achieve remarkable feats.

Remember, happiness is within reach. Embrace your journey with determination and positivity.

Trust in your capacity and resilience, and remarkable accomplishments await you.

Warm regards,

Titus Vargis

Love and Marriage Coach
https://loveandmarriagecoach.com

See How These People are Single-Handedly Keeping Humanity Alive!



Why shouldn’t you give up?! Let’s look into it.

Recently I happened to visit an ice cream shop. It was a small vehicle shop. I happened to talk to the man who owns the shop.

Normally I don’t eat ice cream at the shop but at home.
As I was having my ice cream, I decided to talk to the man.


He was saying recently in his village for a small piece of land, a man killed his own brother.

Life lessons by tv.


He was saying, human beings have drastically changed. Even a small piece of land is more important than one’s own brother!


Another incident he told that once a customer had forgotten his Apple iPhone at his shop. Later, he returned the phone to the owner. He could have owned it but he didn’t.


What have these two incidents taught me? So much.
One incident reveals the absolute cruelty of our times.

We value a smaller piece of land than our own brother!
This speaks louder about the state of human beings of our times.

We are morally bankrupt. We value more things than relationships.
No matter where you go or live, you can find such incidents.


How cruel we have become!? We have lost our humanity!!


Think about our own personal stories. Are we the same? Do we value relationships more than anything else!? Let’s change this.


But wait for a minute, let me say something else. This is the surprising truth I would like to share with you.
Consider the second incident.

Humanity and truth still exists. Period. Consider this also. On one side we see, as a humanity we have lost our direction. We have missed the moral compass. Yet, humanity still exists. Yes, this is the good news.


There are still people who have not missed their moral compass.
Never say that everyone is lost. No. Not everyone.
Still humanity exists. Might be less compared to the others but it still exists!


These are the ones who are the gems of our communities or the Society.


Not everything is lost. Not everyone is going wrong. Not everyone is a liar or getting wicked.
Humanity still exists. The world is still a beautiful place to live in.


Love still exists. Truth still exists.
Next time, before making any statement negatively, think again.


We still have good people surrounding us. This is the good news.
Best wishes,
Love you.
©Titus Vargis.
https://loveandmarriagecoach.com