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I have been a little stressed.written () ago
My circumstances aren't bad, but a couple more twelve hour shifts and a short period of financial panic has me less centered. I had today off and I acted like a zombie instead of doing stuff that's good for me. I just hope I can get it together before the holidays! Anyway, good things are coming. I just wanted to vent a tiny bit and also ask for all your best tips for keeping healthy and motivated when you feel chaotic and just want to not think.
Gratefulness is helpful, so I am grateful for it.written () ago
What are you grateful for?
I was seriously depressed. I realized I could absolutely control it with exercise, healthy food, and being careful about the thoughts and people in my life. Sounds weird, but negative people, horror movies, sugar, cynicism, and fakeness are all ****shit for your mental health. If you love good enough then that's what shows up in your life.- written - voted for by savanna.017, Araz, DocteurRalph
You are here, you’re present, you’re alive. You’re winning at life in my book. Thinking of things that you’re genuinely grateful for can really give more perspective. You probably have the weight of the world on your shoulders, but you can shrug it off for a minute. This is a good place to take a break and acknowledge the reality beyond whatever cornered thinking you got tricked into.- written - voted for by smiley, music=life
Weight, height, receipt have similar issues.- written
I agree, man.- written
I too think you should quit. Super gross.- written
I haven't, but my uncle likes to cut people off. Sometimes I think it's really juvenile because it can be so easy to distance yourself without causing so much extra hurt and drama, like in my Uncle's case. I love him, but so far he has completely cut off his mother for not calling/caring/visiting enough, his brother for not agreeing with him, and he's on the edge with his sister also for a lack of contact. I think cutting contact is better way to hurt people than to actually ignore them and just not mention it. That's just in my extended family where people don't give a ****shit about each other. I can imagine in a really tight knit family where a horrible person is more up in your business, what the value of cutting contact would be.- written
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