I ignore most things that other people push onto me as my responsibility. Unless it is essential for my survival, I ain’t tending to your problem.
Changing is so hard, I’m sure most people resonate with this.
In Part 1 of this series, dated 11/22/2020, I talk about the changes I am making every day. As a recap, my main goal is to recover from my mental illnesses (PTSD, anxiety, insomnia, depression). I am doing this through 3 steps every day:
I am the mother of 3 adults, and it disgusts me that I have to play such a role as a 24-year-old.
I am not a teenage mom, I just happen to have 3 family members who are all at least 5 years older than me that don’t have the skills or the maturity to handle life on their own. Two of them are in their 60s, one is in their 30s, and they are all still reliant on me to even live. What does this mean?
New Year’s Day is the time for many people to party, chill out, and enjoy the holiday festivities before it is the start of the New Year’s Resolutions. This is a list of goals that people hope to stick to for the rest of their year with the aspiration of building healthier and happier living. It is not that odd for me to say that this list tends to be universal.
Reading is like the gift of the gods, giving us the opportunity to learn from others who have already lived and learned. But for me, I just don’t read anymore.
Listening to sounds of the past triggers a wave of regret in me all the time.
People say that when all someone can talk about is the past, they are no longer moving forward. Why? Because all they can think about is the past, their attachment is to the past, and so all they can talk about is the past. That’s the case for my father.