This is just an observation on how I’m feeling today. I’ve been feeling a bit down lately. The good news is that I’m not the only one. As human beings we can all feel out of sorts at times, which is why I’m linking up with my friend, the lovely, talented, and funny, Tara, to discuss what I’ve experienced in the past few days.
I get a lot of “what did you do” questions. If you don’t have a response to that question, there’s a good chance you haven’t done anything. To me, it’s an important part of the dialogue of our relationships. If you haven’t taken action, you haven’t changed anything.
Sometimes I feel like I can’t stop myself from getting into trouble. I remember being a kid when I got caught in some inappropriate behavior that I didn’t mean to get into. I was in a group of friends, and I was talking about something I needed to get off my chest. One person in the group, and only one person in the world, was the one who stopped me from hurting myself. That person was my mom.
I don’t know exactly what the conversation was about, but I do know that it was the first time I had the opportunity to listen to my parents speak to each other. I feel like it was important to me to hear my mom say that I was going to be okay. There are different ways I can interpret this, but I think it says a lot about what my parents wanted.
Another person who stopped me from hurting myself was a friend of mine. I didn’t want him to feel guilty because I’m so into my own things, and I didn’t want him to feel guilty in the same way I would feel about my own parents. Instead, he said, “Don’t do this.” I’ll go on with my story.
That was the last time I saw him. His girlfriend and I have been close friends for so long, I feel like we should be able to be friends for good. But I dont know if I can be friends with someone that I know I hurt myself. So I told her to find someone else. Because I think I could still hurt myself. I dont want to be like everyone else.
I think there’s a lot of truth in this. As I’m sure you know, a lot of people get very depressed when they find out their parents aren’t really dead. And I don’t know if I’m just a sad case, but I think I’m definitely a sad case. I find it hard to relate to people I know who’ve never been through it. I’m just sad.
Sadness, depression, and anxiety all have very different origins and causes. But they share a common theme. In a way, people get depressed when they’re not able to control what they’re doing or how they’re feeling. The things that cause people to become depressed are often the same things that cause people to become anxious, overwhelmed, and socially isolated.
This is a great piece of research, and I agree with it. But if you think about it, you will find that there are a lot of people who have never been through the same thing. That’s what makes most people on this blog different from all others, and it makes it more difficult to focus on the positive. But if you look at it a little bit more closely, it’s not that everyone has the same problem.
You will find that there are people who are always depressed and overwhelmed, and those people are probably the same thing as people who are depressed and anxious. The difference is that people who are depressed don’t tend to be anxious (if they are, they don’t have to be). People who are anxious are often chronically overwhelmed and depressed, and they often don’t know how to connect with other people.