Midnight thoughts are the best! I’m glad you found a place to voice your sporadic thoughts if maybe they don’t even make sense. I think it is definitely possible to do both at the same time but might be difficult at first. It’s important to find a person that makes you feel both ways and eventually that will start to feel normal. Thanks for sharing!
I’m wondering why it is so difficult to do both at the same time. Was it my culture? A culture that taught me to think intellectually, and put emotions to the side? Growing out of this, I can see where the disconnect between thinking and feeling arise. When I am thinking of something, I tend to disregard myself as a human with feelings. I go into intellectual mode where feelings don’t exist; like they are in a different realm. I wonder if this happens to those in noncapitalist societies…
Good morning Katerina. Hope that you are reading this and realize that you have someone listening. How are you feeling this morning?
If you just need someone to talk to or text, I am here or you can also text or call this hotline 1-800-273-(8255).
I’m glad you’re coming on here and talking about things! More often than I’d like to, I get these those same thoughts and a ton of other negative ones to go along with it. Writing really helps me and reaching out to someone I can vent to.. or sometimes just a walk. I hope you know that we are here for you and we believe in you!
“You cannot change what you refuse to confront” -John Spence
The competitive type may want to confront shit before even ready to. Strange how some are avoidant while some want to tackle the challenge headstrong.
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