The Recovering Pessimist

Helping pessimists see the bright side of life without losing their "half empty" roots.

Find Your Own Way to Let Go

Mar
13

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I don’t like to share my problems and/or issues with anyone. In the past, I’ve disclosed to people in confidence only to find out they violated my trust.

So I dealt with things alone, which worked in theory. However, it wrecked havoc on my health. Lots of sleepless nights, loss of appetite, horrible hair days, and that’s just the physical ramifications.

Mentally, the anxiety from worrying held me hostage. I felt like the world around me hit PAUSE because I was unable to focus on anything besides the issue/problem at hand.

Once a solution was found, I was able to mentally hit PLAY and life proceeded to go on.

The last time an issue wrecked havoc, I was determined not to go through this. I grabbed my journal, taking my time to detail what was weighing heavily on my mind. As I wrote, I felt the weight becoming lighter. A feeling of immense calm rushed over me and I was able to focus on a possible solution.

Find your own way of letting go. It benefits no one to bottle up all of that stress and anxiety.

Help yourself continue to be your best self.

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