Lose Meaningful Fight
The most common reason why someone loses a fight is because they lost their sense of purpose or meaning. They don’t have any idea what happened to them after the fight. There are many reasons why someone might lose a meaningful fight:
They were too scared to use their skills properly; they didn’t think they could win; they thought it was pointless; there was no way out of the situation (e.g. they were beaten up so badly that they couldn’t run away);
They were too confident in their abilities; they overreacted to the situation; they thought they would win easily; there was no way out of the situation (e.g. they were beat up so badly that they couldn’t run away);
They did something stupid like give into their emotions and started crying; they got angry when things didn’t go well;
They didn’t try hard enough; they didn’t want to show weakness; they wanted to prove themselves right and superior to the other person.
If you have lost your sense of purpose or meaning then you need to get back on track. To do this you need to think about what is important to you. You need to ask yourself what is more important: your ideals or being happy.
If your ideals are more important then you need to reassess them. Perhaps they were not as important as you thought. If your happiness is more important then you need to work on being happy again.
If you have lost your sense of purpose or meaning then take a step back and re-evaluate the situation.
The first step is to get rid of the idea that this has happened because you have lost some sort of status or ranking. Everyone loses fights at some point in their life, no matter how good they are. It is just a part of life.
The next step is to realize that these issues are causing you unhappiness. You need to be happy. Only when you are happy can you begin to change the things that are making you unhappy.
After that you need to take some time out and do something that you enjoy. It could be anything that takes your fancy, as long as it is fun and puts a smile on your face. Do this several times until you start feeling happier about life in general.
Once you can be happy again, then look at the things that were making you unhappy and change them. This might involve talking to people, fixing problems or any number of things. The important thing is to change them, because you cannot be happy if your life contains elements that you hate.
Finally, learn from your mistakes.
What caused you to lose the fight? Was it a lack of confidence? A lack of skill? A lack of preparation?
These are all things that can be learned from, so look back and reflect on what happened, why it happened and how you could have done better. Then use this information in the future.
After you have done all this then you can move on with your life and put this event behind you.
You gain no additional skill points, but the sense of achievement you feel is worth infinitely more than any amount of skill points.
Sources & references used in this article:
Why girls fight: Female youth violence in the inner city by H Epstein – 2008 – Macmillan
Can We Lose the Battle and Still Win the War: The Fight against Domestic Violence after the Death of Title III of the Violence against Women Act by TL Snead – 1886 – C. Scribner’s Sons
Losing the fight with flexibility: the Xygma Plant by CD Ness – The Annals of the American Academy of Political …, 2004 – journals.sagepub.com