Have you stopped to really think how are the above things impacting you and those you love?
I remember when I was at a particular low point in my life. As the mother of 3 children, a restaurant owner, and wife, nothing I did seemed to work. I felt and looked awful. Crying alone in my closet, I'd reached rock bottom. That version of me was a far cry from what I know I am and am capable of. This version of me had little energy, no 'glow,' no zeal for life. She was sad, lonely, depressed and defeated. It affected my relationship with my husband, my children, my co-workers.
Here's the kicker though. The more I tried to bury the sadness within me, the more I put off dealing with it. I'd plaster a smile on my face and pretend everything was ok, but it wasn't. It wasn't until I got brutally honest with myself that I began to make a shift.
Being brutally honest required me to take stock of where I was at in life and how much potential this 'lower version' of me was robbing me.