In this episode I talk about what people do in public.
In this throwback episode I talk about being over sensitive.
In this episode I talk about my understanding of Buddhism and how it’s helped me become who I am.
Here I am again. I’ve had a rough day. I woke up this morning feeling like crap. It was an actual struggle to get up and go to work. I forced myself to do it and it was a good few hours before I snapped out of my funk.
I feel weird talking about the way I’m feeling on this blog. I know that I don’t have to do it but I think that it’s a good idea to spread that it’s normal to feel like this. If anything, it’s weird to not feel like this. Originally my thoughts for this was going to be along the lines of “everyone is broken” but we’re not. The people who do not have some degree of mental illness are abnormal.
I say this because there is a large number of people being truthful about their mental health and if everyone was honest, we’d find out that everyone “isn’t normal”. There is no such thing as normal. It’s fake, it’s false.
I think I’m feeling this way because I’m not sleeping well or I’m not sleeping well because I’m feeling this way. It’s a vicious circle.
For the first time in a week I felt like posting on Twitter. I woke up this morning and I was in as crummy mood. I wanted to vent how I was feeling. That’s what I used to use Twitter for. I have never seen myself as an attention seeker but there must be an element of that in me. I didn’t post it to Twitter. I couldn’t. I didn’t want to post on here just two words.
Twitter used to be about microblogging. No more.
Instead of just posting whatever I thought about how I was feeling and how I could express that in a post.
The moment has passed and I’m feeling better.