Another thought for the evening

by | Nov 27, 2014 | Blog Posts | 0 comments

I can’t be alone in this but I often wonder what life lessons I didn’t get growing up that would allow me to cope with situations and deal with my emotions. I wish I knew, I’d learn now.

I know you need to be resilient but it can be hard to teach an old dog new tricks. Habits are hard to break.

I try. I really do. Sometimes it feels like I’m walking through a dark maze and I should just sit down and let consume me.

I’m one of those people that needs a plan. A written plan on what to do and how to fix things. I try to catch on verbally but I over think and a basic concept suddenly becomes this horrible mess of thoughts.

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What is the purpose of my life being like this?  What did I miss? Seriously. Every time I think I have it I lose my grip.

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